Nepal Today

Friday, July 19, 2013

rain hit


Kathmandu,  19 July: Half a dozen VDCs including the district headquarters of Saptari district have been inundated due to incessant rainfall from Thursday.

Ward Nos. 5, 6 and 7 of the Rajbiraj Municipality have been inundated due to rainfall for the past two days.

Locals have been facing problems in their movement as Rajbiraj-based Adalat Road, Bishnu Devi Road and Gajendra Road have been waterlogged and the official works of District Soil Conservation Office, District Development Committee, District Administration Office and Land Reform Office have been affected as the offices have also been waterlogged.

Number of service recipients at government offices has deceased following the water-logging in the town. Similarly, Tilathi VDC has been again inundated after floods in Khando river entered into the VDC.

Niraj Jha, a local, said that around 200 houses of Ward No. 1, 2 and 3 have been completely inundated due to incessant rainfall for the past two days.

Police said that Rampur Malhaniya, Sakarpura and Belhi Customs Office have also been inundated due to continuous rainfall. Earlier too, the area was also inundated two weeks ago due to unabated rainsm RSS reports..

Heavy rain has disrupted normal lufe in Dhangadi with incessant rain
from Thursday.
The town in the far-West ia waterlogged and schools have been shut.

Villages around te town have also been hit by monsoon rain..

Nearly 300 families have been displaced.

Northern Behadi and Taranagar areas gave also been affected.
Rescue teams of  Nepal Army and Nepal Police have been deployed.


Kathmandu, 19 July: Chairman of the Madhesi Janadhikar Forum (Republican) Raj Kishor Yadav has said if the Constituent Assembly (CA) election was not held without agreeing on the basic principles of constitution making, it would only be a
ritual one, RSS reports from Nepalgunj..

Addressing a press meet organized here today by the Abadhi Journalists Association, he said the election will not be held on the stipulated date if the dissenting parties are not brought to election process and their just demands should be addressed. He also said it was urgent to seek ownership of all for making environment for election.

When asked, he said it was due to little knowledge of the party leaders to say that the constitution can not be made without two third majorities of the largest parties.

"If it is made by two third majorities, it can not be a common document of all Nepalese, and therefore, the path of consensus is the best one," he said.



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