The authorities in Nepal have blocked all vehicles, attempting to enter India, as they suspect that people are smuggling fuel.
The authorities have asked the people to park their vehicles in No Man’s Land and enter India on foot.
Meanwhile, Madhesis at the Indo-Nepal border continue with their protests at the Maitri Bridge.
The authorities have lifted the curfew in Birgunj that was imposed to prevent violence and other unwanted incidents amid protests by Madhesis and other communities.
On November 2, an Indian student was killed in the Nepal Police firing in Parsa District near No Man’s Land in which nearly 35 security forces were injured.
For over two months now, the Madhesi protestors have been opposing Nepal’s new Constitution. (ANI)
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