At least 16 civilians were injured, four of them seriously, when anti-government guerrillas hurled socket bombs at a public gathering in far western Nepal on Monday, local police office said Wednesday. The guerrillas had forced the locals for the gathering to listen to their speech at Kadamandu Lower Secondary School, 28 km east of Dipayal, the Doti district headquarters, local police office said in a press statement. The incident occurred after locals tried to rescue a person whowas being beaten by the guerrillas, the statement noted. The locals during confrontation nabbed four guerrillas and thenhanded them over to the security forces at the district headquarters, according to the statement. Full Story
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