India’s NDRF told to leave Nepal, reports

India’s NDRF told to leave Nepal, reports

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The government of Nepal has reportedly told National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF) to shutdown their ongoing operations in the country.

“Kathmandu doesn’t appreciate the undue publicity in India during time of crisis.  The NDRF teams have been pressed into service by India to carry out rescue operations in quake hit Himalayan nation,” reports added.

Their has been lot of anger against the Indian media also. Yesterday, Twitter’s top trend was #GoHomeIndianMedia as Nepalis were ridiculing the way media has been covering the Nepal earthquake.

The government also has asked hundreds of foreign rescue workers to leave the country as the remaining tasks will be carried out by its army and police.