In questi giorni blocchi stradali e strike dei trasporti.
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A micro bus ferrying passengers suffered damages in Kumaripati of Lalitpur (Patan) district after unidentified assailants hurled a petrol bomb at it during the transportation strike called by the poll-opposing alliance of 33-parties on Tuesday.
Police said that the petrol bomb could have been lobbed at the moving micro bus (Ba 1 Ja 6288) from a street corner for defying the transportation strike. However, the vehicle didn’t caught fire as the petrol bomb was quickly doused.
A minor identified as Abhisekh Lama has been injured in the incident. He has been rushed to Patan Hospital for treatment.
Police said that they are trying to nab the perpetrator who hurled the petrol bomb at the micro bus.
In similar incident on Monday night, a group of bandh organisers torched a passenger bus at Jugedi of Chitwan for defying the general strike.
The bus (Na 4 Kha 4734) heading to Kathmandu from Sarlahi caught fire immediately after the bandh organisers hurled what is believed to be a petrol bomb, according to some reports.
However, there were no casualties as passengers managed to jump out from the bus as it caught fire, police said.
The incident took place despite the escorting provided by police. nepalnews.com