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    Police employ force to evict squatters from public land, resulting in the deaths of four people.

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    On Sunday, a conflict erupted between police and squatters who were attempting grab public land in the Motipur Industrial Area in Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City-17 and 18 in Rupandehi district. Four were killed.

    to Sushil Gurung, public relations officer of the University College Medical School (UCMS) in Bhairahawa, the identity of of the four individuals could not be determined.

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    those whose identification was discovered was Pariyar, a 48-year-old resident of Badganga Municipality-4 in Kapilvastu district who had been missing for several months.

    Pariyar, who had been injured in the clash, passed away while undergoing treatment. to Gurung, additional people died while being transported to the hospital. All four of them who died were members of the general public.

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    In the hospitals, five police officers and four members of the general public were being treated for their injuries.

    It was the police who attempted to demolish the temporary structures and huts that had been on the property that belonged to the industrial area.

    Last week, a large number of temporary tents were in the Ukash sector of the Motipur Industrial Area. The police used force against the squatters because they refused to budge from their refusal to demolish their hastily constructed huts.

    When the foundation stone for the industrial area in Motipur was set in April of last year, the locals demonstrated their displeasure. Squatters had encroached on more than 200 bighas of land, which they had not been granted.

    The District Administration Office in Rupandehi has imposed a curfew in Motipur in order to keep the volatile situation under control. Till further notice, the curfew order was in effect from 4:00 pm on Sunday until further notice.

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