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MJF-Nepal leader shot-at in Mahottari


MAHOTTARI: A district member of Madhesi Janadhikar Forum -Nepal (MJF-Nepal) was injured when an unknown armed gang opened fire at him at the district party office in Khayerchowk, Jaleshwor of Mahottari district on Thursday afternoon.

Two motorcycle-borne assailants opened few shots targeting him while he was in the party office. According to District Police Office, Mahottari, Prakash Sah sustained bullet injuries in his right arm. Sah is receiving medical treatment at Janakpur Zonal Hospital, police confirmed.

According to Inspector at Mahottarai District Police Office, Sambhu Badal, the assailants came in a TVS company motorcycle bearing Indian registration number plate (BR 8263) and opened shots targeting the persons inside the party office.

The armed persons fled to the Indian territory after firing shots, police said. Meanwhile, Rajan Mukti-led Janatantrik Tarai Mukti Morcha, an armed outfitting operating in Madhes, has claimed responsibility for the firing.

Earlier on July 4, the outfit had warned of taking physical action against local and central leaders of Madhes-based parties. There has been rise in the criminal incidents in recent days due to frail law and order situation.

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