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June 21, 2020

83,000 Nepalis return home from Trinagar transit

Kathmandu: At least 83,000 Nepalis have returned from various parts of India using the Trinagar transit in Kailali district in far western Nepal.

Thousands of people who had gone for work in neighboring India continue to return home from the Trinagar customs point following the scare of the Corona Virus infection.

However, the number is gradually decreasing in the recent past. “Earlier, as many as 6,000 used to arrive in a day but that has now come to 400 to 500, said information officer at Kailali District Administration Office, Shiva Raj Joshi.

The number has gone down as many have already returned while some remained back as easing out of the lock down in India has helped them continue with their jobs, Joshi said (rss).

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