By Mukunda Gaire, Kathmandu, Jun. 2: The meeting of Chief District Officers of the Kathmandu Valley has decided to extend the ongoing prohibitory order till June 14.
Bhaktapur CDO Prem Prasad Bhattarai informed The Rising Nepal that decision had been taken to extend the prohibitory order for 10 more days.
"Similarly, grocery stores, departmental stores, stationery shops, book shops, vegetable shops, dairy, meat shops, and gas stores are allowed to open till 9:00 am in the morning," said CDO Bhattarai.
"The private and public construction works are allowed to resume. However, the workers must stay in the construction site," he added.
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