Nepali students working nearby Gaza strip shifted to safer place

KATHMANDU: All 55 Nepali students working in an agriculture farm along the Israel-Gaza border have been relocated to a safer place.

According to the Nepali Embassy in Tel Aviv, 72 Nepali people who were awaiting rescue from the nearby northern border of Israel have also been shifted to safer areas.

The Embassy also said that four Nepali people who sustained injuries in Saturday’s attack are witnessing gradual improvements in their health and search for a missing Nepali is taking place with the assistance of all available local and diplomatic mechanisms, including police and hospital.

Over 350 Nepali people eager to return home have so far registered their names at Nepali Embassy. A process has already been initiated to safely return them home.



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