Appeal Of The Officers For Proper Management of Those Stuck In The Border
Officers have requested the Local Level and Local Administration for the proper management of those stuck at the border of Nepal and India while returning home with the panic of Covid-19.
There are total 120 people stuck. These people were working as labourers in India. They are at the Jamunah Border and have no management of food, health and quarantine. This increases the risk of infection; hence the Local Administration is being appealed for their management.
Chandra Kant Chapagain; Chief of the National Human Rights Commission, Nepalgunj, Sunil Shrestha; Deputy Chairperson of Bar Association, Bikash Acharya;High Court and Bar Association Nepalgunj, Bhola Mahat; Coordinator of INSEC Province 5, Basanta Gautam; Chairperson of the Consumer Rights Protection Committee, Prakash Upadhyay; HimRights, Bishwa Jeet Tiwari of IHRC sent a signature appeal for their management during the time of crisis.
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