Earthquake Victims Complained Of Not Getting Relief Yet
Sindhuli/ August 23
A victim in a program complained that the families of those who lost their life in a devastating earthquake last year did not get any relief yet.
They complained about not getting any relief in a public hearing program organised jointly by INSEC Sindhuli and Human Rights Network Sindhuli on August 22 in Sindhulimadhi
Victim Hem Bahadur Bhujel of Kamalamai Municipality-6 who lost his mother in an earthquake said that he did not get any fund relief in the name of his mother. He further said that despite of gathering all proof of death of her mother caused by earthquake, he could not get relief.
The participants complained about not getting relief even though their houses are completely destroyed in earthquake.
Speaking at the program Local Development Officer Ishwor Kumar Giri said that initiation will be taken on providing relief to the victims. While answering the queries of the victims, he said that received complaints have been sent as recommendations to Reconstruction Corporation. He said that all complaints will be addressed and will be solved soon.
Similarly, Executive Direstor Jagat Prasad Bhusal of Kamalamai Municipality said that the municipal is always ready to address the issues of earthquake victims in an easy way.
Officer Nabin Giri of District Forest Office said that earthquake victims can get free woods from community forest to make their houses.
Inspector Sarbashrilal Singh of DPO Sindhuli stressed that all victims of earthquake must get relief soon and added that police administration is always ready to help those in need.
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