Gyanendra Shahi Injured by Beating, referred to Kathmandu for Treatment
Gyanendra Shahi was beaten infront of Hotel Global, Bharatpur Municipality-10 on 28 September.
According to police, Shahi was beaten by rode, stone and bricks when he came to Chitwan on 28 September to participate on anti-corruption campaign.
Police also added Shahi was beaten when he was inside parked micro bus with register number Na2Kha 8458 at parking on hotel Global.
Police rescued Shahi shortly after the incident. He was sent to Chitwan medical college for treatment at first.
He was referred to Kathmandu for further treatment by Chitwan Medical College. Shahi sustained injury in his head and hand.
DSP Eak Narayan Koirala of District Police Office said one person is arrested in suspicion of his involvement in the incident and his name is withheld for further investigation. Police is searching other involved persons.
Shahi informed to police that a group of unidentified persons attacked him. CPN’s cadres intervened the program organized in Chaubiskhothi.
It is said that the same group beat up Shahi. Immediately after the CPN cadres intervened in the program they protested againt Shahi. Police dispersed the both group and stopped the program.
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