Three Nepalese lost life in Australia within a week

NRNA Australia president Nanda Gurung urged family and friends of the deceased to reach NRNA if they need any assistance.

Three Nepalese youths lost their lives in Australia last week. Rasmi Lekhak, Samrat Tamang, and another lady lost life in a week in different parts of Australia. Australian Nepalese community is deeply saddened by the loss of three young souls in this distressing lockdown period. Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) Australia president Nanda Gurung said it’s a ‘really devasted’ in his statement Sunday.

Perth Nepali Mandir & Community Center (PNMCC) Western Australia thanked those helping hands to his treatment and says, now they closed the fund collection.

Three Nepalese lost life in Australia within a week - NepaliPage
NRNA Australia President’s Press Release.

Rasmi Lekhak was under medical treatment in Sydney. Samrat Tamang was admitted a week ago and was on a ventilator in Royal Perth Hospital in Western Australia. Tamang came to Australia for study two years ago. Perth Nepali Mandir & Community Center (PNMCC) Western Australia said they had started a process to send the deceased body to Nepal, as per family request. PNMCC thanked those helping hands to his treatment and says, now they closed the fund collection.

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Not many details are public about the third lady, lost life in regional New South Wales. In Australia, privacy in such cases is highly regarded.

NRNA Australia president Nanda Gurung urged family and friends of the deceased to reach NRNA if they need any assistance.

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