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3/20/2017

India      Maoists kill one civilian in Jharkhand
India      Death toll rises to six in Chhattisgarh encounter
Nepal      UDMF cadre injured in clash with Police died in course of treatment in Banke District
Bangladesh      Three persons injured in attack by Samrat Khaja Bahini cadres in Dhaka city
India      Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan      19 suspects arrested during Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad in Punjab
Bangladesh      Nine militants arrested from different places
India      Three extortionists arrested in Meghalaya
Sri Lanka      Ava Group leader arrested in Colombo
Bangladesh      SC upholds death penalty on HuJI-B leader Mufti Hannan and two others for attempting to kill British envoy to Bangladesh in 2004
India      Posters claiming Maoists pro-people found in Odisha
India      IS poster found in Bihar
India      Five Maoists, including a woman, surrendered in Andhra Pradesh
India      UNC lifts 139 days old economic blockade after tripartite talk in Manipur
India      Karbi Anglong-Dima Hasao Autonomous Statehood demand reiterated in KAAC session in Assam
Sri Lanka      TNA Spokesman insists on foreign judges in judicial mechanism to inquire into human rights violations during last stage of LTTE war
India      NSCN-IM leader Muivah arrives in Nagaland
Bangladesh      Stern stance of Government against militancy and terrorism will continue, says Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
Bangladesh      Extremists and terrorists to be eliminated with iron hand, says IGP AKM Shahidul Hoque







 
Nepal
UDMF cadre injured in clash with Police died in course of treatment in Banke District

A United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) cadre who was injured in a clash with Police while protesting Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML)’s Mechi-Mahakali Campaign in Nepalgunj of Banke District died in the course of treatment on March 18, reports The Himalayan Times. Jamim Bhat (65) was undergoing treatment at the Lord Buddha Medical College in Nepalgunj. He had sustained injuries during the clash with Police on March 15.

Meanwhile, UDMF cadres padlocked the offices of 17 local levels in Saptari District on March 19, reports The Himalayan Times. UDMF activists padlocked the offices of all municipalities and rural municipalities immediately after the offices opened. The padlock has hit regular work and preparation for civic polls. UDMF cadres removed the sign board of District Coordination Committee (DDC) Saptari and installed a new board with Madhes Pradesh Sarkar written on it. Similarly, DDC and Rajbiraj Municipality have been padlocked for the past three days. Local parties, including the CPN-Maoist Centre and Nepali Congress have padlocked the office of Saptakoshi Rural Municipality saying that it was demoted from the status of municipality.

Separately, UDMF on March 19 disrupted a meeting held by the Rautahat District Election Office to fix voting centres for the local level elections, reports The Himalayan Times. Subsequently, the meeting being held in the District headquarters Gaur was postponed. Acting Chief District Officer Anuj Bhandari, who was chairing the meeting, said the meeting was postponed after the UDMF representatives said they would not let any activity for polls happen in the District.

In the meantime, UDMF boycotted March 19's meeting of the Legislature-Parliament, reports Republica. They boycotted the meeting citing demand of constitution amendment, the major demand of the UDMF, was not addressed. With Speaker Onsari Gharti announcing the commencement of the meeting, UDMF –associated lawmakers stood up from their respective seats as a gesture of their protest of the session.

Elsewhere, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal during his meeting with Government secretaries at his office on March 19 directed the authorities concerned to expedite the formulation of all federal laws demanded by the constitution, reports Republica. Prime Minister Dahal instructed the secretaries to set criteria without any discrimination to depute employees at the local-level on the backdrop of the preparations going on for the local poll. He warned of punishment in the case of any employee refusing to go to assigned station.

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