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MAEER’s MIT: 120 houses built for Nepal quake-hit victims

MAEER’s MIT to hand over the houses on May 21.

By: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: May 13, 2016 3:58:21 am
MAEER’s MIT, pune news, nepal earthquake, nepal earthquake victims, houses for nepal earthquake victims, indian express pune The houses have been built in Tarakeshwar, a village near
Kathmandu. Express photo

The World Peace Centre and Maharashtra Academy of Engineering Education and Research’s Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MAEER’s MIT) have come forward and built 120 houses for the earthquake-affected families in Kathmandu.

These houses will be handed over to the respective owners on May 21 on Buddha Jayanti. Spiritual guide Shri M and Dr Ramvilas Vedanti will be present for the event along with Nepal’s President and Prime Minister.

Vishwanath Karad, Founder and president of World Peace Centre, will also be there.

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The houses have been built at Tarakeshwar, a village near Kathmandu, Nepal with voluntary contribution of students, teaching and non-teaching staff of the organisation.

These houses have been built with earthquake-resistant material to provide relief and rehabilitation to the earthquake-affected families.

Under this project, three colonies have been built with the approval of the Nepal Government. Nepal was hit by a devastating earthquake of magnitude 7.9 on April 25 which destroyed nearly 1,60,000 houses and displaced lakhs.


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