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Police take vehicles under control for violating code of conduct

27 November 2019  

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BIRGUNJ: Police on Wednesday took under control 10 government-owned vehicles used against the election code of the conduct.

The code of conduct is in effect for the November 30 by-elections.

Police seized scooters and motorcycles with government-registered number plates. They were used in the election assembly organized at Mahuban of Safuwa Prasauni rural municipality-5 by the Nepali Congress party.

The impounded vehicles have been kept at the Mahuban police post, Police Inspector Ram Kumar Mahat of Armed Police Base Camp, Bageswari said.

Publish Date : 27 November 2019 19:08 PM

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