Shutdown partially affects life, 295 banda enforcers arrested
Kathmandu, November 13
The nation-wide closure enforced by Netra Bikram Chand-led CPN (Maoist) partially affected life in the Kathmandu Valley and other parts of the country on Sunday.
Fewer public vehicles plied on the road, giving the commuters a hard time while all the schools and factories remained shut.
Nepal Police has said over 295 banda enforcers were arrested from across the country; of them 28 were female and 213 male.
The cases of arsons were reported from Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City, Dharan, Thakre-3 of Dhading and Hariwan Municipality in Sarlahi.
Investigation into the arrested was underway and manhunt for those vandalizing the vehicles and absconding the scene continues, shared the police.