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Quake survivors would be ensured safe shelter before rainstorm: PM Oli

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KATHMANDU — Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that all the quake survivors would be ensured safe shelters before rainstorm, and gradually be moved to the individual houses.

In a weekly TV program, PM Oli, on Saturday said the government was aware on not letting anyone misusing the money during the reconstruction campaign adding reconstruction campaign would begin together in all earthquake-hit districts together.

He said Rs 200,000 was being provided to the people in all tremor hit districts as the first installment for the construction of houses, while Rs 300,000 against group guarantee if the first lot does not suffice.

According to him, only one third of the assistance committed by the donors was received by the government.

He however suggested all to devote to the reconstruction drive with the slogan: We make houses ourselves. However, the government would provide the technical assistance for this, the PM added.

“Happy people and prosperous Nepal is my resolution,” the PM underscored.

The entire nation needs to be taken to the earthquake- resistant structure. Though nation building in the present situation seems tougher and challenging, it will be taken ahead in a systematic way with the creation of opportunity in the hydropower, industry, tourism and transport sectors, the Prime Minister said in response to queries put forth by six persons from email, telephone, Facebook and video chat.

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Nepali worker dies in Malaysia

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DARCHULA –Tara Singh Dhami, 35, of Malikarjun Rural Municipality-3 has died in Malaysia.

Dhami was found dead near a hotel at 4 am on Thursday, Dhami’s family source said. He had gone to Malaysia three years back for foreign employment.

Dhami’s uncle Dharam Singh Dhami said how and in what circumstances Tara died is yet to known.

Tara was the only bread-winner in the family and his death has left the family devastated. Dhami is survived by two sons of 8 and 4 years and a three-year-old daughter.

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