Who took a mortgage of Rs 190 million by way of making faux portions of singer Yogeshwar Amatya’s land?

Kathmandu. It has been found that singer Yogeshwor Amatya has made a loan of Rs 190 million from a bank by making fake parts of his land. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is investigating after it was found that Amatya had taken a loan of Rs 190 million from Kumari Bank by pledging 12 bigahs of land in Bara. It has been found that a loan of Rs.

Amatya had lodged a complaint with the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of the police ten years ago. Accordingly, the Bureau has arrested five persons a few weeks ago for investigation into the theft of government documents. Bureau chief Dhiraj Pratap Singh said that the arrested persons included Sonu Thakur, loan officer of the bank, SK Maharjan, Muktilal Gautam and Kusum Pradhan.

In a statement to the police, Maharjan and Gautam, who own fake land, said that they too were trapped. They have said that ‘Pradhan has drowned them’. “Now Amatya’s land has been cleared,” said DIG Dhiraj Pratap Singh. The group, including Kusan, had approved the loan from the bank last June by making fake parts. However, Yogeshwar came to know about this only in August through a friend. He then lodged a complaint with the bureau. The Bureau is conducting a detailed investigation into the issue of forgery of government seal on the accused.


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