Nepali Embassy in London has sent the details of all 391 Nepalis who want to return Nepal during the COVID19 pandemic
The Nepali Embassy in London has sent the details of 391 Nepali nationals who want to return home to Nepal to the government.
The embassy collected the details of Nepalis who were stranded in Britain due to the lockdown and sent it to Kathmandu on Monday, embassy spokesperson Sharad Raj Aaran said. The details were collected through the Information Collection Committee at the embassy.
Aaran said that among the list of 391 people, 154 are those whose visa has expired or was expiring this month. Similarly, 94 among these people have lost their jobs and wanted to return home while 50 are students who have completed their studies or had come for higher studies. Also in the list are Nepali Army officers who had come here for training, 21 doctors and other employees who were here for training and taking their exams and 65 people who had come to meet their family members or for other purposes.
The embassy published a notice last week asking the Nepalis who wanted to return to Nepal to submit their details.
Aaran said the embassy will provide additional information regarding the travel date and plan of these people after the Government of Nepal decides on the list the embassy has send.
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