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Narayangadh-Muglin road obstructed again

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CHITWAN — The Narayangadh-Mugling road section has been obstructed due to landslides at several places along the highway.

A big landslide occurred at Ghumaune of Bharatpur Metropolitan City at 5 am today, blocking the highway, according to the District Police Office, Chitwan.

Police said that it will take four to five hours to remove the landslide debris blocking the road at the place provided there is no more land slide.

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Similarly, several smaller scale mudslides have occurred at Topekhola and Jalbire along the highway. Before this, the road was opened for one-way traffic at 1.30 am today by removing the debris that had deposited on the road due to a landslide took place at Gaighat at 11.40 pm on Monday.

Police have urged for high alert in view of the possibility of landslide at any place along this section of the highway as it has been continuously raining since Monday afternoon.

The landslides have taken place at various places along the highway as the roadside has been scraped in course of the road expansion works.

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174 women rescued from eastern transit point





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BHADRAPUR — Maiti Nepal has rescued as many as 174 women from being trafficked from Kakadbhitta, the eastern transit point of the country, in the last six months.

These women, who were enticed by the traffickers and being taken towards India, were returned from the eastern checkpoint providing them counselling. They were handed over to their parents, Maiti Nepal’s eastern region office, Kakdbhitta stated.

Ten among the 174 women were rescued from Siligudi, Delhi, Khoribari, among other cities in India, it is stated.

Maiti Nepal, a non-governmental organisation working in rescue and rehabilitation of trafficked women, has been maintaining regular surveillance at Kakdbhitta, Pashupatinagar and Bhadrapur in the eastern border and Jogbani, the places considered as transit points for human trafficking.

Eighty six cases of women missing were registered at the Maiti Nepal’s eastern region office from January to June this year and out of these 30 women were found, Maiti Nepal’s eastern region office coordinator Govinda Ghimire said.

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During this period, Maiti Nepal registered three cases under human trafficking and two cases under domestic violence at the court.

Meanwhile, Maiti Nepal prevented 195 women from crossing the border to India at the Pashupatinagar transit point in the last six months. It rescued 18 women from traffickers. Sixty three applications of missing women were registered in Pashupatinagar and 22 of the missing women were found.

Likewise, 120 women have been stopped from Jogbani transit point in Morang district while four women have been rescued. Thirty five applications of missing women were registered and 14 have been found, Maiti Nepal stated.

Maiti Nepal has been conducting various awareness-raising programmes in partnership with Nepal Police for stopping women trafficking.

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