Open fire in the air by Nepal Police
The high-handed behaviour of the Nepal Police that attacked the Indian citizens should be taught a lesson in time. Otherwise, in the days to come, India will be forced to witness bigger attacks on the Indian citizens. Therefore, it is expected that India should reciprocate by taking action against the Nepal Police now itself.
Patna (Bihar) – An enraging incident of taking into custody an Indian woman and her son and torturing them had come to light here. The woman and her son from Champaran near Karaslava village in Bihar adjoining the Nepal border had gone to cut grass. Nepal Police had objected at that time. They explained to the Nepal Police that they were in the Indian territory. This irritated the Nepal Police and it led to the arrest of the woman and her son, and later torturing them.
This is not the first recent incident of Nepal border police dealing aggressively with Indian villagers.https://t.co/gtuzIqXuxO
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After this incident, the local villagers from Karaslava gathered in large numbers. They demanded the release of both the woman and her son. This led to a dispute between the villagers and the Nepal Police. At the same time, Nepali people also gathered at the spot. Then Nepali police opened fire in the air. After receiving information, officers of the Border Security Force reached the spot and took action for the release of the woman and her son.