Sample Majhi Basti homes are unused

3 November, Chautara. After the earthquake of Baisakh 12, 2072, 46 homes of the mannequin Majhigaon constructed by the Thai Nepali Association in Melamchi Municipality-12 Shikharpur of Sindhupalchok have change into unusable.

After the earthquake, with the assistance of Rotary International, the Thai Nepali Association constructed a mannequin settlement at a value of 1 million seven lakhs. Dhan Bahadur Majhi stated that though the one-room home was not sensible, he needed to discover an alternative.

Majhi has locked the home within the dense pattern settlement. Majhi has constructed a six-room RCC home behind the settlement. Majhi stated that the thirteen-member household needed to construct one other home after they might not match into one home within the pattern settlement.

Sita Majhi stated that though the pattern settlement offered services, it has now change into ineffective. According to him, some Majhi households have transformed the homes of the pattern settlement into kitchens. Most of the homes within the settlement are in unused situation.

In the homes of the pattern settlement with three collective streams and one neighborhood constructing, half of the homes are fabricated from stone mortar and prefab is used for the remaining. Narayan Majhi, the president of the Sample Basti Ubhokta Samiti, stated that based mostly on the supplies used within the development, the homes within the slums are short-term constructions. According to him, 46 households of Majhi Basti have constructed one other home. He stated that the Majhi household incurred a mortgage of two to at least one million for constructing another home.

According to the Majhi neighborhood, they needed to create another construction after issues resembling the place to sleep, the place to retailer grain, the place to retailer garments, the place to organize meals and how you can accommodate company when company got here to the one-roomed homes within the mannequin settlements constructed with out long-term pondering.