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Four including Indian national killed in Nepal road mishaps

18 February 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Four people were killed in separate road accidents that took place in Bara and Saptari districts.

According to police, a person died after a motorcycle, Lu 21 Pa 6963, met with an accident on its way to Kudawa from Longdachowk.

Spokesperson of District Police Office Manjaya Thakur, 35, of Patrauta Municipality-9 died in the mishap.

Likewise, motorcyclist 22-year-old Bijay Yadav and pillion rider Rameshwor Yadav, 55, of the same municipality died on the spot after a motorcycle, Na 23 Pa 2746, met with an accident at Dorakhola.

Similarly, an Indian national died and six others were injured after a tipper hit a tempo at Gaura of Bodebarsain Municipality, Saptari.

Police confirmed that the deceased is 26-year-old Mohammad Saddam Hussein of Bihar, India.

It is said that the Indian nationals were returning home after attending a Muslim religious conference held at Janjar in the municipality. The injured are receiving treatment in different hospitals, police shared.

Publish Date : 18 February 2020 16:56 PM

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