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Nepal Police Opens Fire On 3 Indian Nationals, 1 Injured

Kishanganj: An Indian nationwide was injured after Nepal Police opened fireplace on the Indo-Nepal border at Fatehpur in Tehragachh in Bihar’s Kishanganj district, the police stated on Sunday.

Kishanganj Deputy Superintendent of Police Anwar Javed advised IANS that the incident occurred when a younger man, Jitendra Kumar Singh, together with two of his mates Ankit Kumar Singh and Gulshan Kumar Singh, went to the border space at round 7.30 p.m. on Saturday, in search of his cattle.

He stated Nepal Police, deployed on the border, fired at these youths, during which Jitendra Kumar Singh obtained accidents in his hand.

The injured Singh was instantly rushed to the first well being centre at Tehragachh for remedy, from the place he was referred to Purnia.

Javed stated the police is investigating the case, the scenario is being monitored and talks are additionally being held with the Nepalese authorities.

There may be anger among the many native folks after this incident.

The SP stated police and Sashastra Seema Bal, the Indian border guarding power deployed on the Indo-Nepal border, are probing the matter.

The SSBs 12th battalion Commandant Lalit Kumar stated that Nepal Armed Police Power opened fireplace on the suspicion that they have been cattle smugglers.

Getting into the ‘no man’s land’ is prohibited in the course of the lockdown, he stated, including the Nepalese power opened fireplace following an altercation. The Nepalese personnel fired 4 rounds.

On June 12, an Indian nationwide was killed whereas two others have been injured in firing by the NAPF on Indo-Nepal border close to Lalbandi Janki Nagar village in Bihars Sitamarhi district.

The incidents have occurred within the midst of a raging boundary row between the 2 nations, with India sternly asking Nepal to not resort to any “artificial enlargement” of its territorial claims after Kathmandu not too long ago launched a brand new political map laying declare over Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura.

New Delhi maintains that these are a part of Uttarakhand, whereas Kathmandu, in its current map, has proven them as a part of Western Nepal.

India had printed its new map of the border area in November after it divided Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh into two union territories. The map had included these areas of Uttarakhand, the territories disputed with Nepal, inside India’s borders.

(With Company Inputs)

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