All local levels of Saptari remain closed on shockwave


Saptari, Nov. 24: The entire Saptari district has plunged into a shockwave from the fatal bus accident wherein five people were killed and 49 other injured in Inaruwa last night.
A bus (Ko 1 Kha 2799) carrying revelers from religious site Barahachhetra of Sunsari met with the accident after it lost balance.
The deceased have been identified as Dinesh Rajak of Dakaneswori municipality-4, Bhutahi and his wife, Bechani Devi Yadav, Thakani Devi Yadav and Sikil Devi Yadav of ward-5, Patoka.
The fatal death of five persons did not only put Bhutahi and Pato areas in pain but aso the entire Saptari district.
Saptari District Coordination Committee Chief Prabhakar Yadav said that all 18 local governments including district coordination committee have been closed down on shockwave of the fatal accident.
Meanwhile, Province-2 Minister for Internal Affairs and Law Gyanendra Yadav, who has arrived Rajbiraj this afternoon to enquire the health condition of the injured, has announced Rs 100,000 in relief to the families of the deceased and bear medical expenses incurred in the treatment of the injured. RSS

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