One killed in police firing in Dolakha

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One person has been killed as police opened fire to control the clash between cadres of Nepali Congress and CPN-UML in Dolakha.

Clash ensued Sunday morning at Pabati polling booth of Melung Rural Municipality. The one killed in police firing is NC cadre Nukul Bhujel, said assistant Chief District Officer Yagya Raj Bhatta.

Meanwhile, some cadres have been injured in the incident.

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