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Nepal Army deployed to search Biplav


20 March 2019  

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KALIKOT: Nepal Army has been deployed in search of cadres of Nepal Communist Party led by Netra Bikram Chand alias Biplav, a report in Annapurna daily has said.

A troop of Nepal  Army under the command of Major Amrit Thapa Magar from Ranasur Company was deployed to arrest Biplav cadres, thereby controlling their activities.

The team has been reinforced by Nepal Police and Armed Police Force, according to the report.

Kalikot is said to a stronghold of Biplav outfit. The joint troop left the district headquarters Manma for Sannitribeni Rural Municipality, Raskot Municipality and Naraharinath Municipality in search of Biplav cadres, said NA sources.

Security personnel and cadres of Nepal Communist Party led by Netra Bikram Chand (Biplav) exchanged fire at Falame Sanghu of Roshi Rural Municipality-2 in Kavre district on Tuesday evening, leading to the arrest of two Biplav cadres.

Police have been keeping close tabs on the Biplav activities after the government banned the latter’s activities. The government took a decision to ban Biplav-led NCP following a series of explosions at Ncell towers and other public places across the country.

Publish Date : 20 March 2019 07:10 AM

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