Stranded Indian trucks return from Nepal

Raxaul (Bihar), Nov. 2 (ANI): Over 200 Indian trucks that have been stranded in Nepal due to the protest by the Madhesi community, made their way back home on Monday morning.

However, no trucks have been allowed to cross into the Nepal border from India.

Earlier today, Madhesi protesters claimed they were lathicharged by the Nepal police for blocking a bridge at the Indo-Nepal Border near Bihar’s Raxaul town.

The protestors had reportedly blocked the Maitri bridge when the cops allegedly used batons on them to disperse the agitators.

Heavy security has been deployed at the Indo-Nepal border to curb any impending agitations.

For over two months now, the Madhesi protesters have been opposing Nepal’s new Constitution. (ANI)

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