Shimla – In Himachal Pradesh’s Solan district, a group of three Nepali passengers in a Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) bus attacked a co-passenger with a knife, in an attempt to defuse the whole knife-fighting incident between Nepalese youth and an HRTC bus conductor. But suddenly a co-passenger got stabbed due to three Nepali passengers waving their sticks, meanwhile the Parwanoo police station of Solan district police administration reached the spot with immediate effect and arrested the three Nepali youths and registered an FIR.
In Solan district of Himachal Pradesh, a group of three youths of Nepali origin were traveling in a Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) bus to go to another HRTC bus stop, when during the journey, the HRTC conductor asked for the fare for the ticket For this, money was demanded from all three Nepalese youth one by one. But due to lack of money, the three Nepali youths had an argument with the conductor. After that, when the co-passengers asked the three Nepali youths to pay money for the ticket, the entire incident has been recorded of the three Nepali youths waving knives and attacking the co-passengers with knives.
In an HRTC bus going from Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) to Chandigarh, a fierce argument broke out between three Nepalese passengers when the HRTC conductor asked for the fare for the ticket, and the co-passengers tried to defend themselves by stabbing.
The fierce argument between the HRTC bus conductor and the three Nepalese youth over continuous demand for ticket fare in the HRTC bus escalated so much that the Nepalese youth even started resorting to knife fighting.
The HRTC bus was stopped midway and the injured co-passenger was immediately admitted to ESI Hospital Parwanoo, where the doctors said his condition was critical.
Seeing the incident of argument escalating, a co-passenger who was trying to calm down the whole issue of knife fighting among the Nepali youths got stabbed due to him waving a knife, which further heated up the argument.
After first aid, as the condition of the co-traveller became serious, he was immediately referred by the doctors from ESI Hospital Parwanoo to a private hospital in Chandigarh Sector 32 for Immediate treatment.
As soon as the information about the entire incident was received, the teams under Parwanoo police station of Solan district police administration reached the spot with immediate effect and arrested the three Nepali youths and registered an FIR. Also, on Monday, an FIR was lodged with the Himachal Pradesh High Court. All three Nepalese youth will be produced in judicial custody.
Giving information about the entire incident, according to the Solan District Police Administration, a group of three youths of Nepali origin had gone to another HRTC bus stop at around 10.15 in the evening to travel in an HRTC bus going from the capital Shimla to Chandigarh.
During the journey, the HRTC bus conductor asked the three Nepali youths for money to get tickets, but the three vicious Nepali youths started arguing with the HRTC bus conductor, due to which the three Nepali youths were threatening the conductor with knives. A co-passenger had come to his rescue, due to which the co-passenger man’s condition is said to be critical due to a knife injury on his chest.
The entire incident has been verified by Yogesh Ralta, Additional Superintendent of Police, Solan District Police Administration, to Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma.
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