My son-in-law stated that I left the arena as a result of my in-laws.

A young man has died in Dhanusha. Ram Chandra Mahato, 26, of Mithila Municipality-2, died at his in-laws’ house in Sreepur, Mithila Municipality-5 on Monday night.

Deputy Superintendent of Police Jitendra Basnet, who is also the police spokesperson of Dhanusha, said that Ram Chandra, who was found unconscious while hanging, died on the way to the Janakpur-based hospital. He said that ‘Su’a’id Notus’ was also found in the pocket of the deceased Mahato.

In a suicide note, he accused his mother-in-law of “beating all my in-laws on Monday and all the members of the in-laws will be responsible for my death.”

“I am Ramchandra Mahato, I am writing in my whole heart that if I die for any reason, the entire responsibility will be on all the members of my in-laws,” he wrote in the note, “because they sent me all I’m going to die because it hurts me so much because of the torture and torture I have suffered. ‘

He has also signed such a letter.

Also: Discussions on tea and cardamom targeted tax reform and revenue

The existing problems in export-oriented agricultural products like tea and cardamom, tax reform and revenue policy have been discussed with the stakeholders today. Indra Chandra Bindal, vice-president of the Federation of Nepalese Cardamom Entrepreneurs, said that there should be special exemption in tax and revenue levied on tea and cardamom as they are agricultural products in the program organized by the Nepal Revenue Advisory Committee under the Ministry of Finance.

Uday Chapagain, President of Nepal Hill Tea Producers ‘Association and Uktam Shrestha, President of Suryodaya Tea Producers’ Association gave information about the overall problems of tea and cardamom sector and solutions. They have submitted separate memorandums to the government through the chairman of the Nepal Revenue Advisory Committee, Mahesh Dahal.

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman of the Jhapa Industries Association, Yama Bahadur Shrestha, said that India has been creating various excuses for the export of agricultural commodities from Nepal from time to time. Leading tea industrialist Chandi Prasad Parajuli said that double and triple taxes have hit entrepreneurs with the advent of federalism in the country.

Chairman of the committee, Dahal, took positively the suggestions put forward by the entrepreneurs and expressed the commitment of the committee to facilitate the solution of the problems seen in the tax and revenue and export of tea, cardamom and other agricultural commodities.


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