The coronavirus crisis has completely spread in India. The Gurkha women of Nepal have come forward to help the Nepalese people stopped on the border due to the Indo-Nepal border being sealed. These women are helping people in the Quarantine Center on the Nepal border.
10 women among 306 Nepalese citizens have been kept safe at Tribal Ashram Vidyalaya School in the Quarantine Center set up at Nautanwa and Sonauli in Maharajganj. Where the women of Gurkha society reached on Sunday, they got information about their skill and need.
When Nepalese citizens did not get admission in their own homeland on Tuesday evening, then the place was ensured in Nautanwa Inter College, Modern Academy and Tribal Ashram Vidyalaya School. In which 10 women were arranged to live, eat and drink at separate quarantine centers. The women of the Gurkha society listened to the problems of Nepali women and took the responsibility of providing their essential items. During this time, people of Sainik Gram Bhaiya Farenda, Jehri, Thoothibari Gorkha Samaj provided food grains to 306 Nepalese citizens to Ex-serviceman Manoj Rana. During this, Sunita Rana, Suman Rana, Havildar Anil Rana, Havildar Ajay Rana etc. were present.