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Home Ministry refutes viral message on curfew order

19 October 2020  

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KATHMANDU: The Ministry of Home Affairs has refuted a viral message claiming that a sudden curfew has been issued.

Spokesperson (Joint-Secretary) of the Ministry of Home Affairs Chakra Bahadur Budha said in a statement that the ministry has drawn attention to the issue.

The ministry said the information was false, misleading, and wrong.

Home Spokesperson Budha stated in a press release that the necessary investigation process has been started taking the incident seriously.

A message—”There has been a sudden issue of emergency curfew. No Netizens are allowed to step out of the house starting immediately until further notice. The Armed Police Force, Nepal is constantly monitoring the air traffic and working towards the neutralization of incoming threats on India-Nepal Borders. Government requests the citizens to be updated with official sources. All services except for Hospitals are shut down until further notice.”— have been doing round in social media of late.

Publish Date : 19 October 2020 14:30 PM

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