Bhupendra’s dream of coming to The united states luckily is unfulfilled

Bhupendra Baduwal of Lamkichuha Municipality-1 of Kailali entered Kathmandu a few years ago to prepare to go to USA. He also passed the first stage of the language test for American higher education. After passing the language test, he was planning to go to the United States.

Baduwal, who was living in Kathmandu with his sister, returned home at ten o’clock. According to Bhagat Baduwal, a member of the Constituent Assembly and a relative of Baduwal, Bhupendra, who is studying for his bachelor’s degree at Lamki Multipurpose Campus, was making final preparations to go to the United States. “Even though his studies were in full swing, he went to Kathmandu with the intention of going to the United States,” said Baduwal. But Tuesday’s incident left Bhupendra’s dream unfulfilled. ‘

According to him, Navin Rawal’s group from Chisapani killed him. “Even though there was enough evidence of involvement in various incidents, the morale of Rawal and others had increased as there was no punishment,” said Baduwal.

According to Baduwal, a secret plan has been made by Navin Rawal to call the young man of royal descent through Bhupendra. “Bhupendra was not aware of the plan to kill the young man of royal descent,” said Baduwal. Ro’h has done the same to Bhupendra by using ‘Hatiya’. According to Shahi, the plan was dropped due to fear of exit.

According to the locals, about 50 people from Chisapani, Lamki and Tikapur belong to the group of accused Rawal and Shahi. The two groups used to meet each other physically.

Prakash Sapkota, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Area Police Office, Tikapur, said that the accused Navin was absconding. “It is understood that Navin has been involved in various incidents before,” he said. He is being sought.

Police have arrested Rawal’s father, mother and brother. Baduwal’s “Hati Yar Bara” has been used in it. Hatiya and Bara were found near a petrol pump near the incident site in Tikapur. Prakash Sapkota, Deputy Superintendent of Police of the Area Police Office, Tikapur, said that the khukuri used in Baduwal’s case has been registered.

“Earlier, it was reported that he was killed by a knife,” said Sapkota, “but a knife was used in the incident.” Khukuri has been killed near the incident site. Police have arrested eight people on the charge of being involved in it.


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