Kathmandu, August 17, 2015: The two-day-long nationwide general strike forcedÂ by the agitating political parties that are not satisfiedÂ to the draft of the new constitution has partially affected Â normal life in the capital city.
Compared to yesterday, more shops have opened in the inner parts of the town and more vehicles are seen on the streets. Some vehicles including microbuses are offering services to the daily travellers.
The presence of the agitating cadres is not seenÂ on the streetsÂ but a large number of security personnel have been deployed in the major areas.
Untoward incident has not been heardÂ so far in the valley according to Senior Superintendent of Police Narayan Singh Khadka.
At the same timeÂ , at Kalimati in the capital city this morning, the banda enforcers destroyedÂ a jeep withÂ Indian number plate (BR 06 C 3980). According to the Police Circle, Kalimati, the jeep with the Indian number plate was vandalised by two unknownÂ persons coming by a motorcycle. Police said that those involved in accident are still at large.