Prohibitory order issued in some areas of Sarlahi
KATHMANDU: The District Administration Office, Sarlahi has issued a prohibitory order in some areas of Ishworpur Municipality to avert any untoward incidents.
Earlier on Sunday night, Ram Kumar Mahato, a trader of Ishworpur Municipality-5, died after being hit by a vehicle (Na 1 Jha 869) belonging to the Area Police Office, Kesharjung.
Critically injured in the incident, Mahato was taken to a nearby hospital where he breathed his last during the course of treatment.
Following his death, irate locals torched a police vehicle (Na 1 Jha 7482) on Monday.
The local administration said that the prohibitory order will come into effect from 3 pm today till 7 pm tomorrow.
During that period, people will not be allowed to walk outside, gather and hold political assemblies, Chief District Officer Baburam Khatiwada said.
The prohibitory order has been issued from Area Police Office, Kesharjung, Sarlahi to Sagarnath Tole of Ishworpur Municipality-4 in the east and Rampur Tole of Ishworpur Municipality-8 in the west.
Similarly, the order has been issued from Area Police Office, Kesharjung, Sarlahi to Sakhuwani Tole of Ishworpur Municipality-5 in the north to Khoriya Tola of Ishworpur Municipality-9 in the South.