Property loss incurred due to landslide in Dhading
DHADING, Aug 15: Floods and landslides triggered by incessant rainfall in different places of Dhading have damaged property.
A two-room building of Sherabesi based Janabhawana Lower Secondary School collapsed due to landslides.
Landslides resulted from the incessant rainfall from Monday evening damaged the school building, causing a loss of property worth around Rs. 500,000, Chairman of the School Management Committee, Ram Prasad Timilsina, said.
Necessary official documents and educational materials were buried in the landslide. Now the problem has been created on how to run the classes which were closed for summer vacation ending from today, said Timilsina.
Likewise, floods on local Aanshi stream damaged nearby paddy fields.
Floods also destroyed crops planted at Tari Simle, Simle and Chyane farms situated at Muralibhangyang VDC and Dhodeni, Juredhunga, Gaire and Sangkosh VDC.
Likewise, floods have swept away two wooden bridges linking Muralibhangyang VDC and Sangkosh VDC.Flashfloods on Lamtari rivulet damaged six canals of Lamtari VDC, creating problems to irrigate paddy field covering 236 ropanis of land.
Locals of Lamatari have formed a six-member committee to pressurize bodies concerned for providing them with compensation, a local Dal Bahadur Thapa said.