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Alcohol banned in public places in capital during election period

Kathmandu District Administration Thursday banned the use and sale of alcohol in public places from April 7 to April 13 in light of the April 10 polls.

The administration made it clear that the public places include hotels, restaurants and shops as well. It has also prohibited anyone from carrying weapons including khukuris, vaalas and lathis and has forbidden any activities that may spread fear among the people during the election period.
The district administration has warned that it will punish those who defy these laws.

(source: eKantipur)

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