As the earthquake that devastated Nepal and killed more than 8,000 people, as well as the devastating floods in the Himalayas, have rocked Nepal, the country’s political leaders have been working hard to find a way to keep the people safe and to keep everyone alive.

But as the country braces for the worst of the earthquake, many people are left with little to offer, said R.K. Jha, the director of Nepal’s Disaster Relief Committee.

The crisis in Nepal is now so large that the country is already facing a crisis of its own.

The government has just declared a national day of mourning, with people expressing sorrow and anger at the government’s lack of preparedness.

In many ways, the government has made a big mistake.

It has failed to prepare for the earthquake.

That has made many people even more vulnerable, said Jha.

But the government must be held accountable for not doing more to protect people from the devastating earthquake, he added.

The problem is not only the government, but also the state and local authorities, he said.

The government has not taken adequate steps to protect its citizens from the earthquake and the flood, he argued.

It is time to set up a national emergency to deal with the crisis and to provide more resources and resources to the disaster relief committee.

There is no doubt that the earthquake has caused a tremendous amount of suffering and grief for many people, said Shambhulal Shah, a political analyst and former deputy head of the Indian Institute of Nepal Science.

But, Shah said, the magnitude of the disaster does not excuse the government from doing its job and protecting its citizens.

The tragedy is still unfolding in Nepal.

The country is still recovering from the deadly tsunami in 2004 and the earthquake in 2016.

But, despite the tragedy, the people are resilient, he pointed out.

The country needs a strong and united response from the government and from the international community to the emergency, Shah added.

Jha said the government should have done more to prepare.

In the days after the earthquake struck, the Nepalese government has taken a number of steps, including providing free food and other relief to people who are suffering, he noted.

The disaster relief plan, implemented in April 2016, was to distribute about $40 million to about 7,000 families, but that was only about half the total amount, he stated.

The relief plan is still being implemented, said Shah.

In May 2017, the National Disaster Management Authority said that it has provided more than $100 million, but it is only about $22 million.

A week after the quake, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had also announced a $5 billion relief package, but the country still has not received the full amount, said the official, who asked to remain anonymous.

The official also said that a special delegation is still in Nepal for the recovery efforts.

“The government is also in a difficult position,” he added, saying that many people have lost jobs because of the crisis.JHA said the Nepali government has been able to deal effectively with the disaster, but there is still work to be done.

In fact, there is no way that the government can handle the situation on its own, he suggested.

The earthquake, the tsunami and the pandemic are all taking their toll, Jha added.

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