According to Nepalese media reports, Patan, an important city in the valley of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, was under general martial law from 4 am to 10 pm local time on September 4. Nalayan Prasad Bart, head of lelidpur County, which belongs to Patan City, said in a public statement that security personnel can shoot anyone who violates martial law. < / P > < p > on September 3, despite the government’s anti epidemic measures, some young people took to the streets to celebrate Nepal’s traditional chariot Festival. Local police dissuaded futile, sent out water cannon vehicles, and threw tear gas at the crowd who gathered in violation of the ban, resulting in fierce conflicts between the two sides. < p > < p > lelidpur county government said that in view of the possibility of violence on the 4th, more strict martial law measures were taken to allow security personnel to use firearms to maintain law and order.