KAVRE: National Madhes Socialist Party Chairman Sharat Singh Bhandari on Wednesday accused the four major parties of trying to bring out an incomplete constitution without demarcation and names of federal provinces. Bhandari said so at his party’s function organised in Kavre. He urged the four parties to bring out a complete statute by taking all the parties inside and outside the CA into confidence. Flaying the NC and CPN-UML, Bhandari held that constitution was not a priority for these two parties. “Marginalised communities and backward people are in need of a constitution not the elite of the NC and UML,” said Bhandari. He dismissed media reports that he was involved in communal politics.
Accident claims one
JHAPA: A youth was killed when an Indian vehicle knocked him in Damak along the East-West Highway in Jhapa on Tuesday night. The deceased has been identified as Binod Sah, 26, of Bargachhi, Biratnagar, said inspector Bhim Silwal of Area Police Office Damak. The overspeeding vehicle hit the youth while he was crossing the road at Dokanchowk in Damak. Critically injured Sah was pronounced dead upon arrival at Damak-based Life Line Hospital. The vehicle has been impounded and the driver Prem Chandra Rabi Dash is under police custody. Further investigation into the incident is under way, said police.
Girl dies while playing
HETAUDA: A girl died while playing on a swing in Chhatiwan of Makawanpur on Tuesday night. She was alone at home at the time of incident. The deceased has been identified as Seema Sintan, 11, of the locality. She was found dead after the incident, informed District Police Office, Makawanpur. Further investigation into the incident is under way, said police.