Police killed a Madhesi man. Home minister blamed it on the man for standing on an elevated surface while police fired into the air.
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Kathmandu, July 9 -- The ruling Nepal Communist Party's refusal to form a parliamentary probe committee to investigate two incidents of deaths in Sarlahi district last month led to the obstruction of proceedings at the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
At the beginning of the House meeting, the primary opposition, Nepali Congress, and Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal demanded clarifications from Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa over the deaths of Kumar Paudel, district chief of the Communist Party of Nepal led by Netra Bikram Chand, and Saroj Narayan Mahato, a Sarlahi resident.
Thapa, who has maintained a hard stance against the Chand-led party, reiterated that Paudel was killed in a police encounter. The government had banned ...
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