Man walking from Chitwan to Dhading dies on the way
Dhading, April 16
A youth who labored in Chitwan and was returning house on foot amid the lockdown is learnt to have died after falling off a suspension bridge linking Dhading and Gorkha districts final evening.
The deceased has been recognized as Hom Bahadur Rana Magar of Bajhaghar, Jwalamukhi Rural Municipality, Dhading.
He died after falling off the Bunkotghat suspension bridge over the Budhigandaki River that flows between Dhading and Gorkha.
Locals at Bunkotghat had blocked the bridge a number of days in the past in view of the current pandemic. The blocked bridge had ever since created issues for locals to commute.
“He had referred to as his household final evening and knowledgeable them that he was coming and advised them to obtain him on the bridge. His household went to satisfy him there however didn’t discover him,” mentioned Krishna Prasad Kapri, chair of Ward No 5, Jwalamukhi Rural Municipality.
Magar was discovered lifeless beneath the bridge the following morning when his household, rising suspicious, returned to the bridge and looked for him.
According to sources of the deceased’s household, Magar lived in Chitwan together with his household earlier than the lockdown. After the lockdown was imposed, his spouse had returned house a number of days in the past.
Magar, nevertheless, had determined to remain put hoping that the restrictive provision would finish. However, he too had left for house yesterday after he noticed little indicators that the lockdown would ease anytime quickly. “As the locals had blocked the bridge to implement the lockdown strictly, he may need fallen whereas making an attempt to barter the bridge,” Kapri mentioned.
At many locations in Dhading, obstacles have been put up on roads to cease the motion of individuals.
A model of this text seems in e-paper on April 17, 2020, of The Himalayan Times.
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