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Kanchanpur shutdown cripples life


30 January 2019  

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KANCHANPUR: Normal life in Kanchanpur has been adversely affected due to the shutdown enforced by youth and student organizations demanding that the unlawful structures constructed on public land be demolished.

Long and short route vehicles from Bhimduttanagar have come to a standstill since early Wednesday morning.

Similarly, educational institutions, market places, and other industrial operations have been closed down.

Passengers have been stranded on the highway due to the shutdown. The student and youth organizations have protested the move of Mahendranagar Town Development Committee for constructing new structures in the name of raising rent by breaching the master plan of Bhimduttanagar.

Nepal Tarun Dal Kanchanpur President Mahesh Chand said they were compelled to hit the street with obduracy from the authorities concerned to remove the illegal structures.

“There has been misuse of public land on the influence of power. The structures have been constructed by violating the process,” he said.

The protesters have demanded to scrap illegal land lease, remove illegally constructed structures and book the office-bearers of town development committee for carrying out unlawful works.

Publish Date : 30 January 2019 12:34 PM

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