The strike called on by the Nrepal Communist Party led by Netra Bikram Chand has a minor effect on a normal life of people according to the INSEC district Representatives.
In Kathmandu, small number of private vehicles were operated as compared to the public.
According to the Lalitpur district representative Deepak Prasad Ghimire, schools were closed in the district and vehicle movement from hilly region to Kathmandu was affected.
Bhaktapur representative Sabina KC said that there were minor affect during the strike. The vehicle movement did not operated their services however some of the private vehicles were in operation. There was a direct effect of strike on schools as they remained closed.
According to the district representative Nati Babu Dhital from Sindhupalchok, a pressure cooker bomb was recovered in Sangacholgadi Municipality-8 which was diffused by the army. The transportation was affected by the strike in the district.
According to Sindhuli district representative Bimala Pandey, the normal lives of people was affected by the strike. The transportation movement was less and majority of schools were closed in the district.
Deepak Adhikari, INSEC district representative of Chitwan said that schools and colleges were closed due to the strike. The market and business was also affected by the strike. There was less movement of vehicles in the district and many of the commuters were stranded due to the less number of vehicles in operation.
According to the Dhading District representative Sita Ram Adhikari, schools remained closed in the district and vehicle movement was very few in the district.
In Nuwakot, the strike had affected the schools and colleges and vehicles movement was affected aswell.
According to the Rasuwa district representative Hem Nath Khatiwada, the market was normally operated and some long route vehicles were affected. Similarly, in Kavre, Ramechhap and Makwanpur, the lives were normal.
INSEC provincial office 3, Kathmandu