As many as 106 households of six VDCs in Sindhupalchowk district that were at high risk of landside following the April 25 quake have been shifted to a safer place in the district itself.
According to Bishwa Adhikari, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) of the District Police Office, Sindhuplachowk, in the first round of the relocation, locals at Selang, Golche, Tangtang, Syaule, Batase and Jyamire VDCs were shifted to a public place at Selang VDC-1.
In addition, the District Natural Disaster Rescue Committee has provided 22 tents and 22 tarpaulin sheets to the impoverished families who were shifted to the safer place for safety concerns.
A 26-member team of the Nepalese Army, the Armed Police Force and Nepal Police were deployed to help build makeshift shelters for them.
Similarly, efforts had been made to shift some 100 households at Tangtang, Baramchi, Hajam and Jalbire VDC, who were at risk of landslide, to Koiraladanda at Jalbire VDC in the district, it was shared. RSS