Gorakhpur , JNN . The Indo-Nepal border has been sealed in view of the global epidemic like Corona. Thousands of Indian nationals have been stranded in Nepal for their trade and excursion due to border sealing. Security agencies deployed along the border say that no citizen will cross the border for 21 days now. Not only the country but the people of the world are appalled at the corona virus. This is the reason why people in the country and abroad are forced to stay at home. There are many institutes in Nepal where Indian employees work. In such a situation, an epidemic like Corona has caused fear in their hearts.
Tourists are trapped in these cities
Kathmandu, Pokhara, Nepalganj, Narayanghat in Nepal, Indian citizens are looking forward to returning to their homeland in dozens of cities. The Nepal government has announced the entire country lockdown. Due to which no citizen is being allowed to move out of the house. Rupandehi Nepal SP Hem Kumar Thapa told that there is a complete lock down in Nepal. No citizen is being allowed to leave the house. Some Indian nationals are in Nepal, but they have been instructed not to leave the road until the situation is normal.
Cargo trucks leave for Nepal after the meeting
Due to the lockdown, there was a problem in cross-border entry of cargo trucks from India to Nepal. Due to which large number of food grains, fruits, vegetables, gas, diesel, petrol laden vehicles were lined up on the border. After noon, Deputy Superintendent Raju Kumar Sau, who reached the border, after meeting with the Nepal administration, agreed to send the necessary vehicles stuck on the border to Nepal. During the meeting in Nepal Bhairahwa Bhansar office, Custom Chief Bhairahawa Kamal Bhatrai, Sonuli Custom Superintendent Yogesh Sharma, Belhia Inspector Ishwari Adhikari, Outpost Incharge Ashok Kumar, Shant Kumar Sharma and Ravi Pareek etc. were present.
After the call of PM Narendra Modi, the effect of the lockdown on Corona virus across the country was also seen in the Sonoli town. There was silence throughout the day at Sonauli, a market of international importance. People avoided leaving their homes.