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Maoist leaders Amik Sherchan, Krishna Bahadur Mahara amongst those injured in clashes

Posted by Admin on November 14, 2009


Cadres of Unified CPN (Maoist) clashed with riot police while staging sit-ins and other protest programmes outside the country’s administrative center, Singha Durbar, from early morning, Thursday, as part of their second phase of agitation against the President’s move.

More than 50 Maoist cadres including senior leaders and some lawmakers of the party were injured after police resorted to baton-charge and fired tear-gas shells to prevent the crowd from entering the prohibited areas around Singha Durbar in the course of their protests.

Places like Maitighar, Anamngar and Bijuli Bazaar saw the most clashes between the police and the protesters. The situation there remained tense in these areas throughout afternoon.

Our correspondents covering the protests said Maoist leaders Amik Sherchan, Krishna Bahadur Mahara including few other Maoist lawmakers are among the injured in today’s clashes. They are undergoing treatment at the Bir Hospital and Everest Nursing Home.

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Thousands of cadres of UCPN (Maoist) and its sister organisations along with their leaders have gathered around the country’s administrative center Singha Durbar from early morning, Thursday, as part of their second phase of agitation against the President’s move to overrule the erstwhile government’s decision to sack the then army chief.

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