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UML calls cadres meet to inform constitution complications

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The second biggest party in the Constituent Assembly (CA), CPN-UML, has called a ‘wide cadres meeting’ in Kathmandu for Monday to inform about the complications of constitution writing process.

Issuing a statement today, party General Secretary Ishwor Pokhrel said that party’s Standing Committee has decided to assemble the meeting in the Capital in perspective of as of late created complexities in the constitution writing process.

Kathmandu Valley-based members of the party and its sister associations will tune in the event to be held at Nepal Academy.

Party Chair KP Sharma Oli and other top leaders will clarify UML’s perspectives in regards to the issues, Pokhrel further said on statement.

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13 injured after truck rams two buses





CHITWAN — At least 13 persons were injured when a truck rammed two passenger buses heading towards Pyuthan and Birgunj from Kathmandu at Nau Kilo area this morning.

Three among the injured are reported to be in critical condition. The accident took place at 3:20 am at Ichhakamana rural municipality–6, according to District Police Office, Chitwan.

The Pyuthan–bound bus (Na 4 Kha 6591) and Birgunj–bound bus (Na 7 Kha 5023) were rammed by a truck (Lu 1 Kha 5294) en route to Pokhara from Bhairahawa.

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Among the injured 12 are from the Pyuthan – bound bus including its driver and the truck driver. Two are undergoing treatment at the Chitwan Medical College while 11 are being treated at the Purano Medical College.

The truck driver Krishna Chaudhary, 41, from Chiruri of Kapilvastu, Sabidevi Gharti Magar, 60, of Khalanga of Pyuthan and Pabitra Gharti Magar, 27, of Naugiritar of Pyuthan are in critical condition.

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