Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli

Prime Minister KP Oli leaves for Sindhupalchowk to observe the flood-affected areas

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has left for Sindhupalchowk to inspect various places damaged by the floods.

According to PM’s communication expert Ram Sharan Bajagain, the PM left for Sindhupalchowk by a Nepal Army helicopter on Saturday morning.

Prime Minister Oli is scheduled to inspect various places and settlements in Sindhupalchowk, including the Melamchi Drinking Water Project, which was damaged by the floods.

Oli will inspect the Melamchi Drinking Water Project at the source of the flood damage and various places affected by the floods and landslides in Helmu village.

According to the Prime Minister’s Secretariat, there is a program of distribution and announcement of relief to the victims by the Prime Minister.

Chief District Officer of Sindhupalchowk, Arun Pokharel, informed that the Prime Minister has completed all the preparations for the inspection at various places in Sindhupalchowk.



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