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NC directs party cadres to assist disaster-affected people


10 July 2024  

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KATHMANDU: The Nepali Congress (NC) has expressed grief over the loss of lives and property in natural disasters including landslides and flooding throughout the country.

Stating that the people’s lives have become difficult due to the adverse situation in the aftermath of the disaster incidents, the NC expressed sympathies to all the disaster-affected people through a press release.

NC has urged the three tiers of the government to immediately dispatch rescue teams to the affected areas to save the lives of the disaster-hit people and to carry out rescue and relief works.

It has also called for making the rescue, relief, and rehabilitation works more effective and for preventing further losses.

“The Congress urges the government to expedite the search for those gone missing, to provide relief to the affected families, to make arrangements for shelter for them and to carry out necessary works to ease the life of the people in the present difficult situation resulting from the natural disasters,” reads the NC press release.

NC has appealed to all the people affiliated with the party, the sister organizations, and well-wisher organizations in the affected districts to extend support in the rescue and relief works through mutual coordination and by mobilizing the human resources in the entire organizational structure.

The NC stated that many people have been injured and several others are still missing in the disaster incidents caused by the incessant rains for some days.

It said many citizens have been displaced and their cultivable land damaged by the disasters.

Passengers are also stranded due to the disruption of roads throughout the country.

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