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What is the future of squatters in Nepal?

2022 Dec 02, 13:56, Kathmandu

The National Land Commission has stated that the collection and verification of the data of landless Dalits, squatters, and unorganized residents across the country are underway. According to Nahendra Khadka, the vice president of the Commission, the landless collection, verification, distribution of land, and land measurement was stopped for some time due to the election code of conduct, but now it is going forward again.

The commission has requested all local levels including the Kathmandu Metropolitan City, government, and non-government bodies to not remove squatters or do anything that would make them unsafe until the Lalpurja (landowner certificate) distribution is completed.

The commission has requested the local level, which has already published a 35-day notice, to work according to the agreement. It is also reported that a letter of agreement has been signed between the commission and the local level to manage the landless, Dalit, squatters, and unorganized residents.


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