Nepal Army Weapon Storing Process Begins

April 10– As per the tripartite agreement reached between the Nepal government, Maoists and the United Nations the NA weapons are being stored in the 14 containers placed at the Chhauni barracks today. Brigadier General and NA Spokesperson Ramindra Chhetri informed Tuesday that the storage will begin shortly at the Chhauni barracks.

The United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) team has already arrived at the site. Chhetri further informed that Joint Monitoring Coordinating Committee (JMCC) comprising representatives of the Nepal Army (NA), United Nation (UN) and the Maoists plans to complete the process within three days.

The second phase of the arms registration process will begin after NA’s arms are stored. According to an agreement between UNMIN, NA and Maoists, NA will be storing arms equal in number of that stored by the Maoists. Earlier UNMIN had stored 3,500 Maoist arms during the first phase of Maoists’ arms registration. However, during the process, 96 arms assigned for Maoist leaders’ security and 522 arms assigned for security in camps would not be included for storage, UNMIN stated.

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One thought on “Nepal Army Weapon Storing Process Begins”

  1. what a good poem……. 😉
    Kukhuri kan… (cock crowing in early morning)
    Let me get hot bullet
    Where is the hot bullet?
    The Maoists have taken
    Where are the Maoists?
    They entered towns
    Where the towns?
    The wastes cover them
    Where are the wastes?
    Spilled all over the streets in capital
    Where are the streets?
    The demonstrations covered them
    Where the demonstrations?
    The Maoists combatants chased them
    Where are the combatants?
    They went in search of their arms
    Where are the arms?
    The rivers washed them away
    Where are the rivers?
    They have dried

    By Suresh

    more @ http://www.bhairawaon.net

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