Landslide affected once more in Kailali Highway space

Landslide affected again in Kailali Highway area


August 19, Dhangarhi. They have come to choose public land within the landslide-affected freeway space of ​​Chure Village Municipality of Kailali.

Landslide affected households of Chure Gaonpalika-1, 4, 5 and 6 of the district, who have been displaced by landslides final 12 months, have shifted to Khanidanda space of ​​Bhim Dutta Highway.

Chure Village Municipality President Dhan Bahadur Rokamagar stated that the households of Ward No 5 who have been utterly and partially displaced by landslides after incessant rains have been managed within the freeway space.

“Unless there is no other option, we have managed them in the Bhimdutt highway area,” stated chairman Rokamagar. But now different households susceptible to landslides have additionally began migrating.

According to him, about 28-30 landslide-displaced households of Chure Gaon Palika-5 at the moment are dwelling within the freeway space. Ward No 5 President Nara Bahadur Tamang stated that 12 households who have been utterly displaced by the police have been shifted to the freeway space.

Ward president Tamang stated, “We had asked 12 families living along the highway to stay in the ward office area, but they did not listen.” They appear to be inflicting hassle for the victims.

Wasn’t there for a 12 months

The Chure Municipality figures present that 211 households have been displaced by landslides after incessant rains final 12 months. Families displaced by the landslides of Simalgaira, Mallo Simalgaira, Rajwan, Titare, Gaujana and different villages have been dwelling within the Bhim Dutt Highway space for a couple of months.

Even after the speedy set up of Ward No. 4 within the Tankagada space, the municipal workplace shouldn’t be capable of handle them. The public consultant of Chure Village Municipality has twice submitted a memorandum to Far West Chief Minister Trilochan Bhatt demanding correct administration together with compensation for the households displaced by the landslide.

Similarly, information has additionally been despatched to the Ministry of Home Affairs via the District Administration Office, Kailali. Village president Dhan Bahadur Roka Magar stated, nonetheless, that the households displaced by the landslide have been compelled to remain within the space as no listening to has been held to this point.

“We have relocated 211 families displaced by the landslide near the border of Gauriganga municipality and Chure village until further notice,” Roka Magar informed on-line information. We have despatched their particulars to the federal authorities via the district administration. But to this point no listening to has taken place.

He stated the federal authorities’s consideration can be drawn once more after there was no listening to on the landslide displaced. Kailali’s assistant chief district officer Hiralal Choudhary stated that each one the small print offered by the village municipality have been despatched to the house ministry final 12 months however no reduction and compensation program has been began to this point.

“We had sent the same details to the home ministry last year as well, but we have not received any instructions so far,” he stated.

Source: OnlineKhabar

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