Settlements on Marsyangdi river banks asked to stay alert against flooding

MANANG, July 12: The administration office has asked the settlements on the banks of the Marsyangdi river to be highly cautious against flooding. 

“This year’s still . Settlements on the riverbanks are on behalf of the district management committee asked to remain alert against flooding,” read a notice issued by the district administration office. 

Settlements on the riverbanks at Chame Rural -4 and 5 and Naso Rural Municipality-1 are at risk of flooded, said Chief District Officer Bishnu Lamichhane. Hundreds of families were displaced in flooding and landslides in the district on June 14. As a result, many parts o

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Settlements on Marsyangdi river banks asked to stay alert against flooding

MANANG, July 12: The administration office asked the settlements on the banks of the Marsyangdi to be highly cautious against flooding. 

“This ’s monsoon still . Settlements on the riverbanks are on behalf of the district disaster management committee asked to remain alert against flooding,” read a notice issued by the district administration office. 

Settlements on the riverbanks at Chame Rural Municipality-4 and 5 and Naso Rural Municipality-1 are at high risk of being flooded, said Chief District Officer Bishnu Lamichhane. Hundreds of families displaced in flooding and in the district on 14. As a result, many parts o

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Settlements on Marsyangdi river banks asked to stay alert against flooding

MANANG, July 12: The district administration office has asked the settlements on the banks of the Marsyangdi river to be highly cautious against flooding. 

“This ’s monsoon still remains. Settlements on the riverbanks are on behalf of the district management committee asked to remain alert against flooding,” read a notice issued by the district administration office. 

Settlements on the riverbanks at Chame -4 and 5 and Naso Rural Municipality-1 are at high of being flooded, said Chief District Officer Bishnu Lamichhane. Hundreds of were displaced in flooding and landslides in the district on June 14. As a result, many parts o

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Settlements on Marsyangdi river banks asked to stay alert against flooding

MANANG, July 12: The district administration office has asked the settlements on the of the Marsyangdi river to be highly cautious against flooding. 

“This year’s monsoon still remains. Settlements on the riverbanks are on behalf of the district disaster management committee asked to alert against flooding,” read a notice issued by the district administration office. 

Settlements on the riverbanks at Chame Rural Municipality-4 and 5 and Naso Rural Municipality-1 are at high risk of being flooded, said Chief District Officer Bishnu Lamichhane. Hundreds of families were displaced in flooding and in the district on June 14. As a , many parts o

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