Protest against anomalies in Ration, Eight Temporary Police injured
Temporary police in Dolakha are in agitation protesting against the anomalies in ration distribution.
The agitated temporary police were charged with baton on December 18 in Charikot Dolakha where at least eight temporary police were injured.
During the protest and demonstration temporary police Sangeeta Nepali was seriously injured according to RSS source. The injured are undergoing treatment at primary health center in Charikot.
The temporary police are protesting against the irregularities in distribution of ration.
They even complained of using them as a laborer to construct a wall which is not under their terms of reference. At about 755 temporary police were in street in their uniform protesting against the anomalies.
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