Fugitive trafficker sent behind bars

- Post Report, Kathmandu

Jun 19, 2017-The Central Investigation Bureau arrested an absconding trafficker from Chitwan on Saturday.

The arrestee has been identified as Ram Bahadur Tamang, 53, of Nuwakot. He was charged with human trafficking after he lured a girl from Dhading to marry him on January 5, 1992 but took her to Bombay (Mumbai) and sold her for Rs17,000 in a brothel there.

A case was filed against Tamang following a complaint from Shiva Raj Shrestha. The Dhading District Court slapped a 15-year prison term on him on June 7, 2010.

Tamang was presented before the court on Sunday and sent to prison in Dhading.

 

Kidnapping ring busted; 4 arrested

KATHMANDU: The Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police on Sunday arrested four people who were operating a kidnapping racket. The suspects were identified as Komanand Khadka, 31; Nabin Kumar Rai., 31; Kol Bahadur Thapa Magar, 31; and Ashika Pariyar, 19. Police said Khadka was the ring leader who had previously served 10 years in prison on murder conviction. (PR)

Published: 19-06-2017 07:55

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