CHITWAN: Whereabouts of a boy and a girl, who had dived into the Narayani River from British Camp in Gaindakot-2 of Nawalparasi three days ago, have not been identified.
The whereabouts of Ashish Bajgain of Kavrepalacnchowk-11 and Aruna Bhandari of Byas municipality-4, who were pursuing MBBS Third Year at Chitwan-based Bharatpur Medical College, have not been found yet, said Inspector at Area Police Office, Gaindakot, Birendera Thapa.
Search for the missing is underway on the joint efforts of locals and police.
Police have recovered a pulsar motorbike (Na 10 Pa 4824) and a bag with laptop from the place they jumped into the river.
Locals informed the police immediately after Bajgain and Bhandari, who reached British Camp for sightseeing, jumped into the river all of a sudden. RSS
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