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Curfew continues in Nepal's Virganj, relaxation will remain from 6 am to 11 am on Wednesday – News India Live

East Champaran, February 21 (HS). Tension prevailed in Nepal's Virganj for the second day. The administration has kept the curfew in place after the incident of demonstration and tire burning during relaxation of curfew for four hours on Tuesday morning.

Meanwhile, an all-party and all-party goodwill meeting was held on Tuesday evening under the chairmanship of Parsa District District Magistrate Dinesh Sagar Bhusal. In which many decisions were taken to create peace and harmony. Also, consensus was reached on many issues including identification of anti-social elements, cracking down on those posting inflammatory posts on social media. It was also decided that curfew will be relaxed from 6 am to 11 pm on Wednesday.

If the situation remains normal, further decision will be taken otherwise the curfew will be kept unchanged. District Officer Dinesh Sagar Bhusal said that Nagwa Chowk connected to the border area of ​​Bara district in the eastern direction of Veerganj, Tilawe bridge in the western direction, Parwanipur in the northern direction and There is an order for indefinite curfew till Maitri Bridge. He told that the clash took place during the immersion of the idol of Saravasti Maa in Motipur of Ishanath area of ​​Rautahat district of Nepal. In protest against which an organization called Hindu Samaj called for Veerganj bandh.

During this time there was clash and violence between the two parties. Stones were pelted at the police. After which lathi charge, aerial firing and tear gas shells were released. Apart from people from both sides, a dozen police personnel were injured in the incident, after which the administration has issued this curfew order from 5 pm on Monday. About 30 people have been detained so far in the case. A meeting has been held with all the parties to maintain peace and harmony. The unruly elements have been identified. With the consent of both the parties, all efforts are being made to maintain peace in the city.