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Biplav cadres forcibly liberate arrested cadre

Gorkha Post



DOLPA — A cadre of Netra Bikram Chand (Biplav)-led Communist Party of Nepal, who was arrested by the police during the Nepal banda on Sunday, was forcibly set free (by the party cadres).

A group of five party cadres led by party district in-charge Ajit Bista allegedly attacked a police squad escorting the arrestee to Dunai from the Tripurakot Police Post and freed this morning.

Party district member Sagar Sahi of Mudkechula Rural Municipality-9 was taken under the police control from the Tripurakot Bagar Bazaar as he was imposing the banda announced by the party.

Shahi, 36, a resident of Mungke Chula rural municipality-9 was arrested from Tripura Sundari municipality’s bazaar by police on charges of imposing a general strike on Sunday.

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Shahi was being taken to District Police Office at Dunai from Tripurakot police post.

Police head constable Dhan Singh Kathayat and policeman Jaylal Basnet suffered minor injuries in the incident took place at Thulibheri Municipality-9.

Deputy Superintendent of Police, Hari Prasad Sharma said 35 police personnel from Jufal, Kalagaunda and Dunai are searching for them.

“The cadres had attacked constables with stones and fled the scene with Shahi,” said DSP Sharma.

Bibash Shahi and Dinesh Singh who were detained along with Shahi were released by police in the evening on Sunday evening.

With RSS Inputs

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Rape cases rising in Tulsipur High Court’s desk





DANG — The High Court Tulsipur in Dang last fiscal year settled 602 cases. As stated by court registrar Shreelal Poudel, in the period, the court registered 413 new cases and the number of cases in pending case (previous years) were 373. Of the total 786 cases, the court gave its final hearings on 602 cases.

The records show that among the cases filed in the period, the highest number is about rape which is figured at 88 and 70 have been already sorted out legally while 18 are under sub-judice.

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Similarly, the cases registered seeking divorce were 21 and among them the court finished its proceedings on 19 cases.

The court has set up the civic help desk and arranged for free application writing facility, making the service system technology-friendly.

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