Incidents in Rukum, Mid-Western, Nepal

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Event ID Date Country Event
65970-133890-339545 10/19/2013 Nepal Four Nepali Congress (NC) activists and a schoolteacher were injured when they were attacked by a group of masked men at Bafikot village in Rukum District on October 17, reports
65111-131798-334088 8/30/2013 Nepal Cadres of Young Communist League (YCL), the youth wing of Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M) on August 28 attacked a Policeman deployed to provide security to Nepali Congress (NC) leader and former state minister Gopalji Jung Shah in Rukum District, reports The Himalayan Times.
52228-101639-256105 10/15/2011 Nepal Separately, Police arrested two leaders of Mongol National Party, including its central chairperson in Rukum District on October 12. Central chairperson of the group Upendra Gharti Magar of Kharkhola in Jang Village Development Committee-2 (VDC-2) and cadre Gam Bahadur Pun Magar of Siuri VDC-4, Rolpa were presented in a press meet by police on October 13.
47171-91645-230377 12/6/2010 Nepal The Young Communist League (YCL) cadres attacked the members of the Communist Party of Nepal-United Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML) leaving two of its members injured during a CPN-UML meeting on December 5 in Rukum District, reports Himalayan Times.
47017-91373-229675 11/25/2010 Nepal The cadres of the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M) assaulted three Nepali Congress (NC) and Communist Party of Nepal-United Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML) activists on November 23 at Bijayashwori-9 in Rukum District, reports Kantipuronline.
43874-84670-211918 5/20/2010 Nepal At least six Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML) leaders and cadres were injured when Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-Maoist) cadres indiscriminately attacked a gathering of CPN-UML in the Bafikot Village Development Committee of Rukum District on May 18, reports Kantipuronline.


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The original source are newspaper clippings and extracts collected by the South Asian Terrorism Portal.