28 people who went to foreign employment in one year have died in Nawalparasi (Bardghat Susta East). So far in the current financial year, those who went to foreign employment from the district have lost their lives.
According to Rituram Soti, the coordinator of the safe migration program working in the district in the field of foreign employment, 27 men and one woman have died during foreign employment this year. Among those who lost their lives, there are seven from Devchuli, six from Kawasoti, six from Madhyabindu, four from Gandakot, three from Vinayi Triveni and one from Hupsekot.
Ranjana Lamsal, the consultant of the program, said that it was found that people lost their lives due to excessive working hours, working under stress, etc. He said that due to the pressure of spending a lot of money abroad and earning a lot of money, some incidents occur when working continuously.
According to coordinator Soti, one hundred and eighty-eight cases related to foreign employment have been registered in Nawalpur in one year. According to the statistics, the number of frauds is the highest. Out of 188 cases, 188 cases are related to fraud. There are 10 cases of rescue, 30 of death and 10 of other nature.
Coordinator Soti said that 81 of the cases registered through the Safe Immigration Program have been resolved and the victims have been compensated Rs. Through the program conducted in the district, work has been done in the areas of access to information, access to justice, skill development training, psychosocial counseling and financial literacy.
The husband and wife who lost their lives in the bolero from the veer, if you have a little mercy please write Rip, may the soul rest in peace.
A double cab bolero traveling from Kathmandu to Khiji Demba village of Okhaldhunga district met with an accident at Ramechhap yesterday, killing three people including two from the same family.
The said bolero with plate no. Province 3-01-023 Ch 3513 is located about 700 meters below Kunauri Bokse Vi’er of Manthali Municipality Ward No. 6 of Ramechhap.
33-year-old Lakpa Sherpa of Salme, Ward No. 6, Khiji Demba Rural Municipality, Okhaldhunga District, was riding a bolero when he suddenly fell on the bank of Tamakoshi.
Ramechhap Police Inspector Shri Shankar Shrestha said that his wife Phurba Sherpa, 28 years old, and Wangche Sherpa, 36 years old, who lives in the same village, Palika ward no.
Both Lakpa Sherpa and his wife Phurba Sherpa, who died in the Bolero accident, were staying in Portugal for work