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NA’s Skytruck Resumes Supply Of Anti-Coronavirus Kits In Two States

athmandu, Mar 30:  A sky truck of the Nepali Army resumed its halted flights to Biratnagar of State 1 and Dhangadhi of
Kailali district in Sudurpaschim State. Earlier, in the morning it had to return to Kathmandu after witnessing technical glitches in the flight before reaching its destinations.

The sky truck that took off from TIA at 7:30 this morning had to return to the TIA at 7:45 am after the crew members noticed a bad smell coming out from the loaded cargo of the health kit related to anti- coronavirus.

According to Brigadier General Bigyan Dev Pandey and spokesperson at the Army Headquarters, the same sky truck had again conducted its regular flight to the same destination carrying the anti-coronavirus health kits.

According to Pandey, in other States, the government provided health took kits would be taken to the respective destination with the help of vehicles.

The Army Headquarters said the flight had to return to TIA in 15 minutes of the flight after a bad smell of chlorine came inside the flight.

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