Sanchita Thapa of Butwal breaks down while paying tribute to her husband arrived in coffin from Kabul at TIA on Wednesday. (Bijaya Gajmer/Republica)
LONDON, June 23: The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has decided to provide Rs 100,000 each to the families of the Nepali security guards killed in the Taliban suicide bomb attack in the Afghan capital city Kabul.
The relief assistance will be provided through the Benevolence and Humanitarian Assistance Committee under the NRN International Coordination Council.
The NRN has been grieved by the heinous bomb attack that killed 13 innocent Nepali migrant workers in Afghanistan, said NRN Vice Chairman Kumar Pant.
“Our Nepali brothers who had gone to Afghanistan to make a living have arrived in coffins. At the initial phase, we have decided to provide Rs 100,000 each to the families of the bomb attack victims,” said Pant.
The entire Nepali migrants working in the foreign countries for livelihood have been stunned and grieved by the terrorist bomb attack in Kabul, NRN Chairman Shesh Ghale said in a condolence message.
As many as 15 people including 13 Nepalis were perished in the suicide bomb attack in the Afghan city Kabul on Monday morning.
The government has already handed over the bodies of the deceased to the concerned families.