Kathmandu, June 19
Police in Kathmandu on Wednesday detained two persons after they allegedly showed a black flag to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli as a part of the protest against controversial Guthi Bill.
While Oli reached the Kalanki-based Land Revenue Office, the protestors greeted him with the flag. Police immediately detained them and took to the Metropolitan Police Circle in Kalimati.
DSP Devendra Bahadur Pal, chief of the Circle, denied revealing names of the detainees.
Meanwhile, inaugurating the ‘model’ Land Revenue Office, Oli said Nepal had a potential of welcoming 10 million foreign tourists in one year. He said the country needed to do a lot of homework by utilising technology to ensure that.
Published on June 19th, Wednesday, 2019 4:38 PM
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