Nepal minister says quake relief on its way

Information Minister Minendra Rijal talks exclusively to Al Jazeera about government's crisis response and challenges.

    Correction, 28/5: An earlier version of the article wrongly addressed Minendra Rijal as Nepal's interior minister.

    A month after the earthquake that killed at least 8,600 people, Nepal's information minister, Minendra Rijal, that help is on its way to those affected.

    He told Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett that people in need across the country should be getting money and temporary shelters in time for the approaching monsoon season.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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