In Nepal, twenty five people have been killed and hundreds injured in a severe thunderstorm that swept through southern parts of the country.
This was stated by Nepal’s Prime Minster K.P. Sharma Oli in a tweet. He said helicopters have been kept ready for immediate rescue and relief operations. “Helicopters are on standby for necessary rescue and relief tomorrow morning,” Oli said.
“At least 25 people have been killed and many injured. Search and rescue workers have been deployed,” Bhattarai said, warning that the toll may rise, with information about the disaster still coming in.
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27 September, 2019