Traffic police collect 15 million in revenue

NAWALPARASI: District Traffic Police Office Nawalparasi has collected Rs 15 million revenue from traffic rule violators. The amount is three times more compared to last year. According to the office, it has collected more than Rs 15 millions revenue from rule violators in the past 11 months in the district. The amount was collected from a total of 39,715 vehicle users. Inspector Surya Shrestha of the office said that they had collected maximum revenue of Rs 19.4 lakh while taking action against 4,650 vehicles from mid-November to mid-December. The office had collected Rs 6.5 million revenue last year. According to Shrestha, they were successful in collecting more revenue as they had intensified regular checking of vehicles this fiscal.

Six hurt in clash

RAUTAHAT: As many as six persons were injured after a clash broke out between two brothers over picking lemons at Sagrampur VDC in Rautahat on Friday. The clash erupted after elder brother Ram Balak Chaudhary attacked his younger brother Ram Ekbal with iron rods and bamboo sticks. Inspector Santulal Prasad Jaisawar, at Area Police Office Garuda, said Ram Ekbal, along with his sons Shrawan and Pradip were injured in the incident. A critically injured Ram Ekbal and his son Shrawan are receiving treatment at the district hospital. Dr Manoj Thakur, at emergency ward of the district hospital, said the condition of both father and son was critical. He informed that preparation was underway to send the duo to Birgugnj for further treatment. Meanwhile, Mukesh, Pappu and Manoj Chaudhary from Ram Balak’s side were also injured. They are receiving treatment at Garuda-based Health Land Hospital.