KATHMANDU: Normal life has been severally affected in different districts of the Far-West region on the third consecutive day of the indefinite bandh called by the Far-West Ekata Samaj and the Samyukta Loktantrik Paribesh.
Ekata Samaj and Paribesh have enforced indefinite shutdown protesting the UCPN-Maoist’s proposal to divide some parts of Kanchanpur and Kailali and include them in Tharuwan federal state during the state reconstructing process.
Not only buses of long and short routes, but even rickshaws are not allowed to ply on the road today, Dhangadi sources confirmed.
Marketplaces, businesses, educational institutions have also downed their shutters.
Bandha enforcers have even appealed to the general public to make the indefinite strike a success and are even ranting slogans against the secession of the Far-West.