Nepal Police evacuated 50 bodies of the climbers from the region affected by the earthquake avalanche that hit Nepal. While the reported number of casualties has penetrated 7,000 people.
Deputy Supervisor District Police Rasuwa, Pavin Pokharel declared the 50th bodies were found on Saturday, May 2nd, 2015, still have not been identified, and there are still an estimated 200 climbers and villagers who still can not be found.
"We could not reach the area more quickly because of the rain and cloudy weather hampered," said a senior bureaucrat Rasuwa, Uddhav Bhattarai, as quoted by Reuters, Sunday (03/05/2015).
Sources from the Government of Nepal said the death toll from the earthquake has increased, and exceeded 7,000 people. While the number of wounded is estimated that more than 14,000 people. Earlier, Prime Minister (PM) Nepal, Sushil Koilara said the death toll could reach 10,000.
Assistance from various parties kept coming to Nepal. However, the UN complained that the examination carried out by the customs at the airport in Kathmandu causing hampered relief. The UN representative in Nepal demanding the Government of Nepal to facilitate the flow of aid to prevent buildup. Other obstacles hamper the delivery of aid is, the absence of vehicles and drivers to distribute aid, especially to the area - a remote area.
Concerns about the arrival of the rainy season also appeared, while many citizens and koban earthquake are still living in tents in the open field. Water scarcity, the bodies are still buried under the debris, the absence of a residence, as well as hospitals can not accommodate victims raises concerns about outbreaks of disease.