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Government scrutinizing Biplab-led CPN’s activities


17 March 2019  

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KATHMANDU: The government has stepped up security measures alongside scrutinizing the activities of the Biplab-led faction.

The Home Ministry has intensified surveillance on the group’s activities after the government announced the Biplab-led group as a criminal and violent outfit.

Security organs, including the Nepal Police, Armed Police Force Nepal and the National Investigation Department (NID) have adopted high alertness following the government’s directives.

According to police spokesperson Uttam Raj Subedi, high alertness has been maintained in all districts. Subedi informed that security personnel, who have been deputed for security of designated personalities, have also been directed to adopt high alertness.

The government last week announced the faction as a criminal group and decided to take action against any organization, group or person involved with it.

Likewise, the Home Ministry has issued a 35-day notice on March 15 to the group to submit all illegal weapons to the government.

Publish Date : 17 March 2019 16:09 PM

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