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Concerted efforts needed to cope with disaster: NC Spokesperson Sharma

22 October 2021  

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DAMAK: Nepali Congress Spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma has said unity among all parties was imperative to collectively cope with disaster impact. It is the collective responsibility to ensure rescue works and relief distribution during crisis, he stressed.

Spokesperson Sharma was speaking at a press meet organized at NC party office in the district on Thursday. He further said unity among all sides was imperative to lift the country out of suffering caused by disaster.

Sharma inspected the southern belt of Jhapa district hit hard by the floods and inundation due to unexpected post-monsoon rains. He also talked to the flood survivors and assured that government would guarantee the rehabilitation to the displaced households and relief materials to those losing family members and homes.

“For the fair implementation of the decision government made for the distribution of relief assistance to the flood and landslide survivors, all three tiers of governments must be equally responsible,” he said, welcoming the decision government made on time. He however demanded additional relief from the government.

He committed that NC was always above politics in case of cooperation for coping with disaster and difficulty.

On a different note, Spokesperson Sharma, who is also the central member, commented that UML Chairperson KP Oli’s recent view that his party could ‘topple government within a week’ was ludicrous. The present government led by NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba itself holds the coming elections of three tiers of government, Sharma asserted.

Publish Date : 22 October 2021 09:32 AM

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