Kathmandu, June 27: The relief materials provided by Nepalese and foreign nationals in the name of quake survivors should not be misused, Prime Minister Sushil Koirala said.
While talking to the delegation under the leadership of Chairman of Nepal Public Liaison Office, India, Bal Krishna Pandey, Prime Minister Koirala said so. In order to provide financial aid at the Prime Minister Natural Disaster Relief and Rescue Fund to The delegation has reached the official residence of the Prime Minister, Baluwatar, today .
According to the Committee, the Committee deposited Rs 511,131 at the PM Fund and handed over a cheque equivalent to Rs 160,000 to the prime Minister through the Nepali Embassy in New Delhi. Around Rs 9.1 million including cash to quake survivors was also provided as a relief.
During the occasion, the delegation briefed the PM Koirala regarding the problems of Non-Resident Nepalis. PM Koirala urged all to distribute the relief materials only after coordinating with the Chief District Officer of concerned districts as per the government’s one-door policy, stating that foreign organisations themselves should monitor whether the materials provided by them were reached to the real victims or not
Nepali Congress Vice-President Ram Chandra Poudel, Party Spokesperson Dilendra Badu, NC Secretary Rishikesh Tiwari and Mahendra Bhusal, Dharmagat Kafle, Bishnu Prasad Pandey, Birat Shrestha, Anil Sharma, Chandra Kanta Kafle and Bhupendra Raj Giri of the Committee were present on the occasion.