New Delhi: In one more brutal open fire by Nepal Police, One Indian national was injured. Three Indian men near India-Nepal border in Bihar’s Kishanganj were intensionally shot, one out of these three is seriously injured and two others managed to save themselves.
“Nepal police fired on three Indian nationals of Kishangarh district on Saturday night. A young man was injured in this firing and he is critical and receiving treatment in the hospital in Purnia district. These men said that they were looking for their cattle and police fired on them,” says SP Kumar Ashish.
According to local Police they have talked to the Nepal police. The matter is peaceful as of now. And Further investigation is underway.
Local villagers said that the injured men Jitendra Kumar Singh (25) and his two friends Ankit Kumar Singh and Gulshan Kumar Singh had gone to the farm outside the village near Mafi Tola on the Indo-Nepal border in search of their cattle at around 7.30 pm on Saturday.
In recent couple of months it is not the first incident of open fire on civilians. And there are many other despite including border issue raised by Nepal, intensifying the brotherly relationship between two nations.