Dulka counts herself lucky to be in Kathmandu and not in a rural area. People in the villages don't have shelter, tents, processed food or bottled water, she said. Many roads are blocked, and outside assistance and supplies so far are virtually nil.
Some in the camp are growing more violent in their demands for services such as transportation, tents, food, water. On Wednesday, in the Bhaktapur area of the capital, residents rioted when 250 buses that were promised to ferry them back to their home villages failed to arrive.
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