Tiktok star Aayush Singh Thakuri and Pakistani TikToker Elizeh Jamali (Elizeh) on Tuesday reached the remote place of Jajarkot and distributed relief for the earthquake victims.
They went to Jajarkot with relief materials worth nearly 2 million rupees and distributed them to 165 households at Dandabhauta in Kushe Rural Municipality.
In addition, warm clothes were distributed to 365 students in that area.
Bir Bahadur Budha, ward chair of Kushe-3, informed Nepalkhabar that a package containing a bag of rice, dal, salt, oil, etc., was distributed to every household.
Also, a dozen copies, pens, jackets and trousers were distributed to each student.
Ward Chairman Budha thanked Elizeh and Aayush for bringing relief to the geographically remote area for earthquake victims.
"So far, only tents and tarpaulins had come," Budha said, "due to the remoteness, no one wanted to come here." The road is also very difficult. They arrived here with great difficulty. We are grateful to them," he said.
Along with Aayush and Elizeh, Elizeh's father, mother and sister also reached Jajarkot. Locals, in particular, requested them to show the world about the condition of their road to Jajarkot.
"We asked them that the condition of our road should be shown to the world," said Budha, the ward chair.
Elizeh and Aayush exchanged rings in Dubai only a few week ago before arriving in Nepal. They got to know each other through Tiktok.