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Manslaughter Complaint Lodged Against 20 People in Rukum Incident

Jajarkot, Complaints have been filed against 20 people for their involvement in the incident that took place on May 23 at Soti, Chaurjahari in Paschim Rukum. Three people died and as many went missing after a group of youths from Jajarkot who had gone to Soti to meet the girlfriend of one of them were attacked by some people there. Many among the group sustained injuries in the incident. The families of the victims of the attack have filed complaint of attempt to murder against  20 persons including the Chaurjahari municipality Ward 8 Chair, Dambar Bahadur Malla, the girl's father Bir Bahadur Malla, the girl's mother Prakashi Malla, Santosh Malla, Ramesh Malla and Mahesh Punmagar , among others. Dalit rights activists and the victims' families have also submitted a memorandum to the District Administration Office Jajarkot calling for an impartial investigation into the incident, for compensation from the State to the victims' families, for making arrangements for free medical treatment to the people injured in the incident and for intensifying search for the people gone missing in the incident. The Victims' families have agreed to take the victims' dead bodies after Chief District Officer of Jajarkot, Janak Raj Panta, gave assurances of taking the necessary initiatives with the related bodies for fulfilling their demands and meeting the demands.  Post-mortem examination of one Tikaram Sunar has been done while the same of two others would be done today, CDO Panta said. Nawaraj BK and Ganesh Budha of Bheri municipality-4 and Sunar of Chaurjahari municipality-8 had died in the incident. According to him, a search is intensified for the three people gone missing in the Thulo Beri river. The locals and personnel of Nepali Army, Nepal Police and the Armed Police Force are involved in the search. Lokendra Sunar and Govinda Shahi of Bheri municipality-11 and Sandip BK of Bheri municipality-4 are still missing in the incident. According to eyewitnesses, some of the youths in the group had jumped into the river to save their lives after they were attacked. It is said the search teams are facing difficulty in the search for the missing due to the lack technical resources including divers.  The Rukum Police has deputed Police Inspector Kabi Roka for investigating into the incident. He said investigation has been started by taking 12 people including the Ward Chair Malla into custody. "It cannot be said at this moment whether the people were killed deliberately or died while running away to save their lives. The reality will gradually be known after thorough investigation," Roka said.

Demand For Parliamentary Committee To Probe Into West Rukum Death Case

Kathmandu, Parliamentarians have asked the government for the formation of a parliamentary committee to probe into the death case occurred in West Rukum.  At the meeting of House of Representatives (HoR) today, Nepali Congress lawmaker Min Bahadur BK said that caste-based violence and murder was not tolerable to the civilized society and called for the formation of a high-level parliamentary committee to probe the truth of the case.  He called it a big massacre in Nepal’s history. “Six persons lost their lives in the case of caste-based discrimination. Bodies of three are recovered and three are still missing. It is unfortunate that the government has not formed a (parliamentary) probe committee,” BK added.      MPs Parbati Kumar Bishunkhe and Renuka Gurung echoed BK’s statement for the formation of a high-level probe team. Likewise, ruling party’s MP Janardan Sharma said that the administrations from Jajarkot and West Rukum were proactively working for the fair probe of the incident adding that political pressure was not likely to investigate the issue.  Similarly, Prakash Rasaili of NC asked for the formation of a parliamentary probe team comprising the federal parliamentarians from West Rukum and Jajarkot.   MPs Laxmi Pariyar, Bimala BK, Dev Prasad Timilsina, Niradevi Jairu, Sujata Pariyar, Ashakumari BK, Umashankar Argariya, Binda Pandey, Khagarj Adhikari, Prem Suwal, Minendra Rijal, Bal Krishna Khanda and Satat Singh Bhandari among others also demanded that the high-level probe committee be formed and taken stern action against the culprits.  Meanwhile, Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa informed the House meeting about the formation of a five-member probe committee over the issue.   He said that the five-member team was formed under the leadership of Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Home comprising an SSP of Nepal Police, an officer of National Investigation Department, an officer of the Office of Attorney General and an Under-Secretary of the Ministry to probe the incident surfaced between the youth of two districts over a wedding case.   It is said that a group of 19 youth including 21 years old Nabaraj BK of Bheri Municipality-4 from Jajarkot had left for Chaurjahari Municipality-8 in West Rukum district to bring 17-year-old Sushma Malla after marrying to BK, which ultimately resulted into a deadly clash over the two sides.   The dead bodies of the youth recovered so far have been kept in Jajarkot Hospital for the postmortem. According to Minister Thapa, the dead bodies of Nabaraj BK, Tikaram Sunar, 20, of Chaurjahari-1 and Ganesh Budha, 17, of Bheri Municipality were recovered and a search for those missing is ongoing. Those missing are Lokendra Sunar, Govinda Shahi and Sanju BK.  Minister Thapa said that 12 persons including bride Sushma, her father Bir Bahadur Malla, mother Prakashi and ward chairperson Dambar Malla are held by the police for investigation.   In response to the concerns of the MPs, Minister Thapa committed to establishing rule of law in the country and announced to bring the truth and fact of the case to the public notice sooner than later.    Urging the lawmakers not to politicize the issue, he urged all not to harbor doubts on government intention over the probe and promised to book the culprits at any cost.  

Army Unit Stationed at Ghantibagar of Darchula

Nepal Army has deployed a 'section plus' unit near Ghantibagar area of Darchula district.  The government had on April 26 decided to give the responsibility to the Army to construct 87 kilometres road section under the Mahakali corridor (Darchula Tinkar Road Project). An army unit has been deployed at Ghantibagar area of Byas rural municipality-2 on Thursday for construction of nearly 450 metres long and two metres wide mule trail in the area, the Nepal Army's Public Relations and Information Directorate stated in a press note. A population of about 1,200 from 182 households at Chhangru and Tinkar villages would be benefited with the construction of the mule track there. These villages lie in Byas rural municipality-1 which is also the border transit with China and India.

Thirty New Cases of COVID-19 Found Today, Tally Climbs To 487

Kathmandu, Coronavirus infection has been found in 30 people today, taking the number of infected people to 487. Ministry of Health and Population's assistant spokesperson Dr Samir Kumar Adhikari said coronavirus infection has been found in 30 people from Nawalparasi, Chitwan, Kapilbastu and Sarlahi following tests conducted at the National Public Health Laboratory Kathmandu and at Bharatpur Hospital Chitwan. Among the infected are a 45-year-old male from Binaya Triveni rural municipality-6, Nawalparasi (Bardaghat Susta East); a 84-year-old male from Kesharbagh, Bharatpur Metropolitan City-6 and a 73-year-old female of Chitwan district; a 33-year-old male of Susta rural municipality-5 and a 35-year-old male and a 15-year-old female from Ramgram municipality ward no 3 and 18 respectively of Nawalparasi; and eight males between 24 and 53 years old and an eight-year-old girl from Banganga municipality and Mahadevi ruraal municipality of Kapilbastu. Similarly, the other new cases include 13 males age between 22 years and 39 years, and a 18-year-old woman from ward no 8, 9, 11, 13 and 14 of Godaita municipality and of Ramnagar Bahuarwa rural municipality-7 in Sarlahi district. The number of people infected by COVID-19, including the new cases found today, has reached 487 so far. Thirty cases were found on Thursday. Three people have died of COVID-19. Dr Adhikari said the health of the infected persons was normal and they were under the observation of the health workers.

Govt Releases Country's Updated Map

Kathmandu, The government has published a revised political map of Nepal which incorporates Limpiyadhura in the far west as its part.   The Council of Ministers on May 18 had endorsed the updated map proposed by the Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation. Minister for Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation Padma Kumari Aryal released the map amidst a press meet at Singha Durbar today. The map features Nepal's northern, eastern, western and southern international border points and also political and administrative arrangements. Now is to bring its coat of arms and logo into use as per the updated map. For the same, it is preparing to present a bill in the parliament, seeking an amendment to the constitution's index. The updated map integrates primarily Limpiyadhura, Lipulek and Kalapani area as Nepal's territory and includes states and local levels as per the concept of federalism. 

Chairman Prachanda Sees Need Of Realising Dream Of Disappeared Fighters

Kathmandu, Chairman of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said it is responsibility of the communist revolutionaries to materialize martyrs' dream for the change in society.    Issuing a press statement today in the context of the memorial day of the disappeared fighters, the NCP Chairman pledged to complete the remaining task of revolution by highly acknowledging the dedications and sacrifices of the missing fighters.  In the statement, leader Prachanda said the nation reached the phase for the preparations of socialist revolution with the practice of federal democratic republic due to the struggle of those fighters disappeared during the armed and peaceful movements in the country.    The former Prime Minister also drew the government's attention to come up with appropriate policies, plans and programmers for education and better future of children of the disappeared families by taking up their guardianship

25 New Infections Confirmed Today, Tally Climbs To 427

Kathmandu, Twenty-five people have been confirmed positive to Corona Virus today. The new cases are from Banke, Dhankuta, Kapilvastu and Nawalarasi West, according to Ministry of Health and Population. Speaking at the regular press meet today, MoHP Spokesperson Dr Bikash Devkota said that the newly infected include people from three years old to 48 years old, comprising 18 men and seven women. This takes the total number of people infected with COVID-19 to 427 to date. Six of the newly infected are from ward no. 5 of Narainapur rural municipality in Banke while 13 are from Kapilvastu, stationed at the Bijayanagar quarantine.  Those in Banke are 17, 20, 28, 30 and 48 years old from Narainapur and 27-year-old from Khajura. Those in Bijayanagar are of 22, 35 and 48 years old. Likewise, three among the infected are girl child of three, four and six years old in Maharajgunj rural municipality. Also from the same rural municipality are women of 16, 25 and 32 years old and four men of 12, 20, 24 and 34 years old. In Dhankuta, five men of 28, 29, 35 and 37 years old and a woman of 24 years old were confirmed positive to COVID-19 while there are five men from Susta rural municipality in Nawalparasi West carrying the Corona Virus. Among those infected so far, 358 are men and 69 are women. The infection has spread to 38 of the 77 districts of Nepal. Meanwhile, eight people undergoing treatment at Koshi zonal have recovered and discharged today. This takes the number of people who recovered from COVID-19 in Nepal to 45.