Charghare Gavisa, Nuwakote district receives Aid #SewaBharati Volunteers

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Natives of Charghare Gavisa, Nuwakote district resorted to public agitation on the road. The protest stopped the traffic on the road for hours. The villagers had not received any relief material for almost 9 days after the earthquake. 

A group of volunteers who were traveling along the route and had to stop, met the protestors and calmed them down with a promise that they would be back within 24 hours. The villagers were delighted to find the group back in village next day morning with relief material. A pracharak of HSS Teerthraj Khanal led this group and distributed the material. 
The district Superintendent of Police Sobodh Ghimire applauded the efforts by talking to Teerthraj on phone and guided him to more such places.

One of the beneficiaries in Charghare Gavisa, Nuwakote was a widow with 9 children who had to take shelter beneath a bunyan tree. All the 10 of them lived without food for almost 9 days. The lady and her kids returned to village after some persuasion and receiving the relief material.

The photo shows Teerthraj Khanal presenting aid to the lady

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