A fact has been revealed that non-residential Nepalese living in different countries of the world want to return to their own country Nepal. This has been confirmed by a study done by the Non Resident Nepali Association (NRNA).
A helpline phone service has been launched in the initiative of NRNA from the last Sunday related to the impact of the impact of COVID-19, which is open for 24 hours.
General Secretary Hemraj Sharma has said that most of the people calling in the helpline (77 per cent non-resident Nepalese) have said that he wants to return to Nepal. The callers have also urged the organisation for necessary arrangements for returning Nepal.
According to the information received in Hotline, 77 percent of Nepalese want to come Nepal and 11 percent want to go other countries. 12 percent of non-residential Nepalese have called for other problems. Nepalese living in the Middle East especially want to return home due to unemployment.
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