A demonstration by pro-Maoist protestors demanding information on Nepal's missing rebels has entered its second day in the capital, Kathmandu.
The protestors accuse the government of dilly dallying
At least 30 protestors were injured on Monday when the police used batons to disperse the demonstration near the army headquarters in the capital.
More than 1,000 rebels are said to have disappeared during operations by security forces over the past 10 years.
The rebels are currently holding peace talks with the government.
The talks are aimed at ending 10 years of insurgency in which more than 13,000 people died.
The governing seven-party alliance in Nepal and the rebels have been engaged in talks after a popular uprising forced King Gyanendra to end his direct rule in April.
The government has given information about dozens of them since then, and pledged to look into cases of others, some of whom may have died in army barracks, according to human right groups.
The protestors have accused the government of prevaricating over the issue. The authorities deny the allegations.