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Four from Aruchal stuck in Nepal

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  29 April 2015 12:00 AM GMT

Our Correspondent

Itagar, April 28: At least four people from Aruchal Pradesh are stranded in Kathmandu, following Saturday’s devastating quake in Nepal. A report from state disaster magement director YW Ringu stated that according to information received from one Kara Gambo (of Batt village, Itagar) and Tai Tarbin (harlagun), four persons from the state are stranded in the Nepalese capital.

They are: Kara Konsi of Batt village, who is stranded in Lachitgar, Kathmandu, and can be contacted in 977-9840074578, and Takio Bobita, Gida Yame and Bengia Yachey, all from Kimin, who are stranded in Kathmandu. They are in group and can be contacted in 977-9841414864.

Ringu has spoken with Konsi, who is reported to be safe with a friend, while Tarbin informed that Bobita, Yame and Yachey are also safe and are awaiting evacuation. Meanwhile, chief secretary Ramesh Negi has already initiated steps for the evacuation of the stranded people, it is learnt.

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