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People suffering psychological disorders left stranded on the streets

२०८१ जेठ ९, ०२:०० Dineshkhabar Desk

Dhangadhi: Many people who have been suffering from psychological disorders are left stranded on the streets. A woman who had been left stranded was rescued from the bus park in Dhangadhi only yesterday (Monday).

Nepal Independent Transport Workers' Organization has rescued women stranded in Dhangadhi Bus Park area for 20 days with the help of police and handed them over to Drishti Foundation. The woman, whose identity has not been released, has been suffering from a psychological condition. Some time ago, another woman was also found stranded in Attaria.

Sarita Sarki, a permanent resident of Bandhu -3 of Bajura, was found along with her little daughter on the edge of Baskota forest located in Godawari Municipality-4. Born in Srikot-8 of Mugu, she was found and rescued by locals. By rescuing Anita Sunar, who was traveling from Attaria to Patan in Baitadi, the youth entrusted Drashti Foundation.

Last January, the city police of Dhangadhi sub-metropolitan city rescued a woman with a child. She was rescued from Dhangadhi sub-metropolitan city-5. Locals informed the city police that the 35-year-old woman's mental condition was not stable. She was rescued and handed over to Drishti Foundation.

These incidents are only representative examples. Recently, the number of people found stranded in markets and roadsides has started to increase. The number of men who have been harassed by their families and appear on the streets due to poverty has also increased.

Locals and some youth groups have been rescuing those stranded on the roads and handing them over to various organizations. Most of the old men are found stranded on the streets. Some of the women are young but are found in a mental condition with children. Although various organizations have been opened to rescue those stranded on the roads, this problem has not yet been resolved.

Dineshkhabar Desk

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