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Nagarik daily’s office vandalized, Chief Editor and other journalists attacked


KATHMANDU:
A group of people who identified themselves as members of the Shiva Sena manhandled journalists, including the Chief Editor, at the corporate office of the Nagarik national daily newspaper on the premises of Chinatown in Sundhara here today.
Some 40-45 people who came at the Nagarik daily’s office at 11:30 a.m. at the time when a meeting on reporting was in progress manhandled Chief Editor Kishor Nepal and journalists Sudarshan Sapkota, Sworup Acharya, Sabina Shrestha and Rajendra Gyawali.
Gyawali said the assailants misbehaved with them expressing their anger over certain news carried by the newspaper. Police arrived at the scene some half and hour later and apprehended 18 of the goons, Gyawali added.
Gyawali said that the assailants did not specify the news that they were displeased with even when asked repeatedly. “They only haggled asking us who wrote that news and also refused to participate in talks,’ Gyawali said.

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