Kathmandu, December 3
National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has added 4,644 households to the list of post-earthquake reconstruction beneficiaries after redressing 42,742 grievances.
The NRA executive committee meeting held on Monday decided to keep genuine quake survivors in the status of beneficiaries following analysis of grievances received from re-survey of missed-out beneficiaries. The executive committee decided to list 410 quake-affected households as ‘potential benefices’ and 3,609 households registering grievances as ‘retrofitting beneficiaries’.
Likewise, the authority listed 35,709 complainants as non-beneficiaries. Remaining grievances would be further analysed and its results would be made public, say the NRA sources.
As many as 50 engineers have been deputed at the central office of NRA to analyse remaining grievances registered under the ‘missed-out and re-assessment survey’.
The earthquake-affected households listed as beneficiaries would be entitled to receive Rs 50,000 as the first instalment after signing grant agreement through the concerned ward. They will receive Rs 500,000 grant in three tranches.
Published on December 3rd, Tuesday, 2019 11:38 AM
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