Attacks on press continues on Monday
KATHMANDU: Though scene in Kathmandu changed overnight, attacks on press personals remained intact outside the capital on Monday also.
Press van carrying Annapurna Daily newspaper and another van belonging to the Kantipur Dainik were vandalized in Bharatpur Chitwan in the wee hours of Monday.
Protestors vandalized both vans and injured drivers of the van who were heading to eastern districts to deliver the newspaper.
Meanwhile, an unidentified person set a truck (Na 1 Kha 748) on fire at Kerkha in Jhapa district on Sunday evening, completely destroying the vehicle, police said.
Published Date: Sunday, May 20th, 2012 | 10:02 PM
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