Eighteen police and two laborers injured in a clash in Bharatpur

  July 25, 2018 By: INSEC

At least 18 policemen including two transportation worker have been injured in a clash on Wednesday at Bharatpur Central Bus Terminal.

Agitated transportation workers in protest of restriction on movement of three wheelers imposed by the municipality attempted to burn down a police beat located at District Administration road forcing the police to retaliate, Chief of District Police Office, Chitwan, Superintendent of Police Sushil Singh Rathore said.

According to Rathore, police fired 10 rounds in the air and tear gas shells to contain the angry mob. Likewise, police have detained 14 protestors, he added.

The protestors who obstructed vehicular movement since 12:00 pm had torched a motorcycle and pelted stones at the police personnel.

City authorities had enforced a restriction on movement of three wheelers along the East-West Highway, Bypass Road and Narayangadh-Muglin road section effective from July 23.


In a demonstration the agitators  have set fire in one motor bike and vandalized it. Similarly, two cars were vandalized by the agitators.


Dependra Adhikari