GANDAKI, June 7: A family of seven people is enduring hotter days being confined to a tiny room on the banks of the Seti River at Ratopahira of Pokhara Metropolis-17 in Kaski district.
The family whose life was dependent on daily wages is finding it hard to manage a two square of meal with the cessation of the source of income. To add to their woes, one of the family members is a physically challenged.
Lakshu Thapa Magar who reached here from Kathmandu as a child has rented out a congested room which he and his six-member family share (his spouse, four sons and a grandson).
This tiny room serves as a kitchen, a living room and a bedroom for the Magar family. The days in June are hotter in Pokhara and the family is forced to spend the