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saptari – The people of Karnali of Savik have been suffering due to the severe winter. The life of the people of Jumla, Mugu, Humla and Dolpa is becoming difficult due to the cold weather.

Citizens living in the northern part of Calicut, Jajarkot and Rukum West have also been affected by the cold. The minimum temperature in Jumla has dropped to minus 8.5 degrees Celsius. Ashampura Karki, head of the Meteorological Field Office, Jumla, said that there was no rain or snow in any district of Karnali despite the onset of winter. “It is getting colder,” said Chief Karki. However, the life of the people here is becoming very difficult. ” Karki said that the daily life of the Himalayan people, especially in the morning and evening, will be more difficult until the harsh winter subsides.As the winter progresses, the drinking water has stopped flowing due to freezing of ice. It has been possible to bring petrol and diesel in operation by collecting it in motorcycles. Due to this, it has become difficult for transport entrepreneurs to provide services, said transport entrepreneur Jwarilal Bhattarai. Citizens have difficulty in defecating after the toilets have been closed. Water pipes have started bursting due to cold. Panna Bahadur Rokay, chairman of the Khalanga Drinking Water Consumers Committee, said that the people here have to suffer more as drinking water, which is essential for human life, has stopped coming. “Our job is to send water to the consumer’s tap. We have already repaired and sent water in case of broken pipes, ”said Chairman Rokay. What can we do about it? ” He said that drinking water service is being provided to more than 22,000 citizens through about 2,000 consumers.Not only that, the gas cylinders kept in the house have also started freezing, said Padam Lal Mahat, a local of Chandannath Municipality-6, Jumla. “Even though it is easier for the locals to burn firewood, it is becoming very difficult for us to live in the market,” said Mahat.

There is no water in the house and no firewood to light the fire. There is an obligation to look for firewood as an alternative to cylinder gas. After the ice in the taps and pipes froze, the locals have started searching for a natural source of water for Joho. “You used to heat water by lighting a fire to melt the frozen water, but when the water stopped flowing from the tap, what would you heat it? Local Savina Shahi said, “There is no firewood for heating. The gas in the cylinder has also been frozen. ”Shahi said that it has become easier for the villages close to such sources as water does not freeze at the source. She said, “When there is no water in the house, the traditional wooden and stone fountains built near the source have to be washed. As women participate in Melapat, Dhara, Pani Pandhera, women have been facing more crisis. ”The cold has affected the poor, senior citizens, children, people with disabilities and pregnant women the most. Dr. Arjun Prasad Tiwari of Karnali Institute of Health Sciences, Jumla informed that patients with asthma, pneumonia, cold and cold diarrhea are coming to the hospital more during this time.

“At this time, senior citizens, the chronically ill and children are coming to the hospital more often,” said Dr Tiwari. “It is a bit difficult to wake up in the operating theater because of the cold.” He advised everyone to keep warm during this time, eat snacks and prevent senior citizens and children from fighting on the ice.

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