Normal life has been partially affected in the capital Kathmandu and some other parts of the due to Nepal bandh (nationwide shutdown) called by Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-Nepal) on Friday.
The pro-monarchist party called the bandh against the proposed provision for 'secularism' in the new constitution.
Some marketplaces have been shut down and educational institutions in central areas of Kathmandu have also been closed due to the bandh.
Less numbers of public and private vehicles including motorbike and cars and taxies are seen in the streets.
Meanwhile, police have arrested around 50 RPP-Nepal cadres from various parts of valley for enforcing bandh and vandalising vehicles. nepalnews.com