By Mukunda Gaire, Kathmandu, May. 4: The ongoing prohibitory order in the Kathmandu Valley has been extended till May 12.
Prem Prasad Bhattarai, Chief District Officer of Bhaktapur informed The Rising Nepal that the meeting of the three CDOs of the Valley had decided to extend the restrictions on public mobility.
"Similarly, the grocery stores can be opened only till 9:00 am in the morning," said Bhattarai.
He added that decision had been taken to provide vehicle pass only to those vehicles used for essential services. "Banks and financial institutions can operate by deploying limited manpower," he said.
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