Nepal | June 02, 2020

Govt employee found dead inside Singha Durbar

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KATHMANDU: A government employee has been found dead inside the premises of Singha Durbar in the capital city today.

“A Nayab Subba, working at the National Planning Commission in Singha Durbar, was found dead inside the office. Based on the first impression, it appears that he has committed suicide by consuming poison,” infomed Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Shyam Gyawali at the Metropolitan Police Office, Ranipokhari. However, he added that this is yet to be verified.

SSP Gyawali further stated that the team of police stationed inside Singha Durbar first responded to the situation and secured the incident site. Following this, security personnel from the Metropolitan Police Circle, Singha Durbar, Metropolitan Crime Division, Teku, and Metropolitan Police Range, Teku have been mobilised to the incident site.

Further investigation into the case is underway, said police.


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