Print Edition - 2016-08-14 | News
classes in huts after Flood-hit take shelter in school
Aug 14, 2016-
As many as nine families, who were displaced after a flooded Madi river swept away their houses in Parche-1 in Kaski a few days ago, have taken shelter in the building of Dudhpokhari Secondary School, forcing the school administration to construct huts to run classes.
Flood victim Aas Bahadur Bhujel said his family was left with no option than to occupy one of the classrooms of the school after his house was wiped out by the floods in the river.
After the flood victims started taking shelter in the classrooms, the school has constructed huts to conduct classes. Teacher Dilliram Paudel said the school was facing difficulty to carry out teaching-learning activities. Chief District Officer Hari Prasad Mainali said the administration had decided to move the flood-affected families to the school. “We will take initiative to relocate them after the end of monsoon,” said Mainali.
Published: 14-08-2016 18:02