Speaker Sapkota takes initiative to shield youngsters of Lidi disaster
Speaker of the House of Representatives Agni Prasad Sapkota has taken initiative for the safety of the teenagers who misplaced their mother and father in the tragic landslide catastrophe at Lidi in Sindhupalchowk. Arrangement of their schooling and health would additionally be made as phase of the protection. A crew with director of SOS Balgram Kavre Panauti Surendra Amgain reached Banskharka of Sindhupalchowk on Tuesday and inquired the repute of the disaster survivor kids in coordination with ward chair Pratap Lama at the request of the Speaker.
SOS Balgram has initiated a imperative method for education and protection of teens due to the fact September 1. Director Amgain shared that five teenagers under 12 who misplaced their mother and father in the Lidi landslide would be supplied with academic opportunities in Panauti-based SOS Balgram. In this connection, a dialogue was once already held yesterday on procedural problems including acquiring approval from the District Administration Office.
Amgain similarly shared final seven teenagers above 12 would be furnished with guide for training and safety thru their shoppers in the brief residential area. It may additionally be stated that Speaker Sapkota had announced to take up the responsibility of children, ordinarily in their education and protection, in a discussion with the disaster-hit households who have been shifted to Banskharka of Jugal rural municipality. The landslide that occurred in Lidi on August 14 had rendered the displacement of the total settlement to Banskharka. Bodies of 37 human beings buried in the landslide have been recovered whilst two are nevertheless missing.
Speaker Sapkota had advised the SOS Balgram to make arrangement of education and protection of the youth who lost their mother and father in the catastrophic incident.
Meanwhile, the Non-resident Nepali Association and Sindhu Society US have aided Rs 900,000 for the Lidi landslide survivors. Sindhu Society Chair Bamshalal Tamgn shared that Rs 500,000 from NRNA and Rs 400,000 on behalf o the Society used to be exceeded over to Jugal rural municipality chair Hom Narayan Shrestha, vice-chairperson Sirjana Tamang and ward chair Pratap Lama on Tuesday. Central vice-chairperson Sonam Lama on behalf of NRNA and neighborhood consultant of Sindhu Society Chhewang Sherpa passed over the amount to the rural municipality.