BAJURA, AUGUST 4
The Seema Suraksha Bal of India has sought action against three Indian nationals for speaking up about the recent tuin incident in which a Nepali man went missing after he fell into the Mahakali River while crossing the river using a tuin a few days ago.
The SSB has accused the three Indian citizens of Dharchula Tahasil's Pangla region of spreading rumours about the SSB's involvement in the tuin-related incident and filed a complaint with the Uttarakhanda Police.
Jayasingh Dhami, 33, of Nepal's Darchula's Byas Rural Municipality, went missing after he fell into the Mahakali River while crossing it on a tuin on Friday. Eye witnesses of the incident have charged that Dhami fell into the river after the SSB cut off the tuin on the India side. The SSB has denied any involvement in the incident.
A version of this article appears in the print on August 5 2021, of The Himalayan Times.