Status of 62 detainees made public
Rastriya Samachar Samiti
Kathmandu, February 10:
The committee assigned to investigate the status of people said to have gone missing while under state custody presented its fifth report to the Minister for Home and Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Dan Bahadur Shahi here today.
According to the ministry, the report makes public the status of 62 individuals including 13 persons who were released after preliminary inquiry, 35 persons under detention, 12 released after being detained and two persons who surrendered to the administration.
The committee was formed under the coordination of joint secretary at the ministry Narayan Gopal Malego. Those released after inquiry are Ajit Man Tamang of Nuwakot, Anar Ul Miya and Kalam Miya of Bara, Ganesh Dhakal of Terathum, Janak Raj Shaha of Kathmandu, Juju Bhai Maharjan of Kirtipur, Durga Thapa of Pyuthan, Prabhu Ram KC of Kavrepalanchowk, Madhu Kumar Chaulagain of Kavre, Rajesh Maharjan of Kathmandu, Ram Prasad Mudbhari of Nuwakot, Ram Chandra Maharjan of Lalitpur and Ram Hari Kandel of Dhading.
Likewise, Ashok Mizar of Nuwakot, Uma KC of Pyuthan, Karna Bahadur Magar of Dolakha, Keshav Dangol of Rasuwa, Khem Bahadur BK alias Nawin of Pyuthan, Nima Gyalbo Lama of Sindhupalchowk, Nilkantha Gautam of Kavrepalanchowk, Pralhad Waiba of Kathmandu, Pasang Lama of Sindhupalchowk, Bishal Khadka alias Bibek, Buddhi Man Tamang of Nuwakot, Madan Lama of Kavre, Ram Krishna Raila of Nuwakot and Ramji Pratap Rauniyar of Kathmandu are in detention, states the report.
Others detained include Ram Bahadur Chhetri of Sindhupalchowk, Sarita Sharma Poudel of Parbat, Uddhav Dulal of Gotikhel (Lalitpur), Krishna Pudasaini of Nuwakot, Tekjit Rai of Udayapur (Basaha), Tilak Bahadur Basnet of Sindhupalchowk, Parsuram Rimal of Dolakha, Phunju Sherpa of Sindhupalchowk and Bal Krishna Devkota of Bhojpur (Parewadanda).
Likewise, Basudev Dulal of Sindhupalchowk (Thulosirubari), Bijaya Thami of Sindhupalchowk (Dhuskun), Biswo Bath Neupane of Nuwakot, Man Bahadur Tamang of Ramechhap, Madhav Thapa of Lalitpur (Thaiba), Ramit Kumar Pariyar of Jitpurphedi-4, Kathmandu, Ram Kumar Bhandari of Nuwakot, Rajendra Bikram Rai of Bhojpur, Lal Kanchha Bhandari of Sindhupalchowk, Sunil Tamang of Makwanpur (Sisneri), Sukalal Thami of Sindhupalchowk and Suresh Chaudhari of Kailali (Khailadi) are also under detention.
According to the Home Ministry, those released after being detained are Thore Prasad Yadhav of Kapilvastu, Durga Bahadur Tamang and Dil Bahadur Thapamagar of Sindhupalchowk, Diwakar Shrestha of Kathmandu, Nakkali Shrestha of Sindhupalchowk, Prakash Rana of Pyuthan, Prem Bahadur Pun of Pyuthan, Ram Bahadur Thapamagar of Ramechhap, Rajan Thapa of Kapilvastu, Ram Sharan Pariyar of Nuwakot, Santiram Bhattarai of Taplejung and Hari Prasad Poudel of Kathmandu. Prior to this, the committee had made public the status of 320 persons.