Ambulance found carrying passengers in Bajura
Bajura, April 16
An ambulance belonging to Badimalika Municipality, Bajura, was discovered to be carrying passengers in violation of the lockdown.
Madan Singh Dhami, incharge at Chhaukhutte Police Post in Achham, mentioned that the ambulance registered with Se 1 Jha 259 quantity was carrying 4 passengers from Dhangadi to Bajura. Police mentioned that two have been from Humla whereas two have been of Badimalika Municipality.
Chhaukhutte Police mentioned the ambulance was launched this morning regardless that it had reached at 10:00pm yesterday. Dhami mentioned that there was no affected person within the ambulance but it surely was carrying 4 different individuals.
Badimalika Municipality Mayor Padam Baduwal mentioned he was unaware concerning the incident. He mentioned a police constable from Dhangadi had despatched two individuals within the ambulance.
Chief District Officer Ganga Prasad Neupane mentioned it was fallacious to hold passengers in an ambulance. “A case will likely be filed if any ambulance carries passengers on this transitional interval,” he added.
Bajura District Police Office Chief Tanka Prasad Bhattarai mentioned motion could be taken. Police mentioned an ambulance belonging to Swamikartik Rural Municipality had carried six passengers from Nepalgunj to Bajura yesterday.
Bajura Health Office Chief Daya Krishna Panta mentioned the district is perhaps at excessive danger of COVID-19 if ambulances carry passengers. He mentioned the tendency to succeed in Bajura from different districts in ambulances and different automobiles needed to cease.
A model of this text seems in e-paper on April 17, 2020 of The Himalayan Times.
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