Sunday, March 10, 2019

Outsourcers shut down businesses in protest of bomb explosion at Gurung's house

Protesting the recent bomb explosion at the house – that damaged car and some parts of the ground floor of the house – of chairperson of Nepal Association of Foreign Employment Agencies (NAFEA) Rohan Gurung the outsourcers today closed their businesses across the country.
Over eleven hundred manpower agencies have closed their businesses across the country today in protest of the bomb explosion, according to the association that has also demanded the government to ensure professional security.
They are assembling at NAFEA chairperson Gurung's Basundhara-based house in the capital today afternoon to discuss the latest scenario. "We are feeling insecure to run our businesses," Gurung, whose car was totally destroyed and door and windows on the ground floor of his house had sustained damages, said, adding that they are discussing the future strategy.
The Netra Bikram Chand-led Maoist has already claimed the responsibility of the bombing.

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