Kaligandaki retakes original course following clearance of debris
Beni, Jan 23: The Kaligandaki river has retaken its original course as remains of the two trees uprooted by a dry landslide that blocked the river have been removed.
The trees uprooted by the dry landslide last night had blocked the river at Gharapjong Rural Municipaity-1 in Mustang.
A joint team of Nepal Army, Armed Police Force and police cleared the remnants. Likewise, an excavator is being used to clear debris deposited by the dry landslip triggered by a snowfall, said Bishseshwor Regmi, assistant Chief District Officer, Mustang.
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