Abduction accused acquitted: Investigation officer advisable to do so


6 October, Kathmandu. Three police officers have been charged with abduction and hostage-taking due to poor investigation.

After Durga Bahadur Budhathoki, one of the people involved in the abduction of Baburaja Rawal, the operator of Valley Cold Store, was cleared, the committee formed for investigation has recommended action against the three officers.

The investigation committee formed under the leadership of SSP Chakra Bahadur Singh of the Metropolitan Police Office, Ranipokhari has recommended to take departmental action against one ASI and one constable including Inspector Nanikaji Thapa working in the case branch of Kathmandu Police Complex, Teku. The Singh-led committee has concluded that they were negligent even though they did not intend to weaken the issue.

It is also suggested to keep the case of Kathmandu Police Campus, Teku under the leadership of Branch Superintendent of Police (SP) in the coming days. The investigation committee has concluded that the investigating officer has not been able to pay attention to everything even though the pressure of cases is high in the Kathmandu police premises.

The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of the police on 14 December 2077 Budhathoki arrested from India Was done. In a statement to police, he admitted involvement in Rawal’s abduction. He had also admitted his involvement before the public prosecutor. But he denied the allegations in court.

The investigating officer did not provide a basis for proving that he was a Nepali citizen. Based on that, Judge Ambika Prasad Niraula of the District Court, Kathmandu had made a controversial decision to acquit Budhathoki. The public prosecutor is preparing to appeal against the order.

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