HoR Meeting: action against culprit of criminal cases demanded

HoR Meeting: action against culprit of criminal cases demanded

05 June, Kathmandu: HoR Meeting: action against culprit of criminal cases demanded

Kathmandu, June 5: Parliamentarian in today’s House of Representatives (HoR) meeting has demanded bringing culprits of cases of murder, violence and kidnapping to book.

Janamat Party’s Abdul Khan, expressing his concern over increasing criminal cases in Terai-Madhesh region insisted that the culprits be brought to be brought under the ambit of law.

Demanding time in meeting, he called for ensuring peace and order in Terai Madhesh where, he added, that people were living with fear of murder, terror and loot.

“People in Terai-Madhesh are living with fear and panic. The situation of peace and order has deteriorated. Cases of loot are rising and when the victims go to file a complaint to police, it is said that they do not consider taking complaints,” the parliamentarian asserted.

He said Basiran Khatun of Koshi rural municipality-3 in Sunsari district was murdered on the pretext of dowry and was found hanging in a banyan tree along the Koshi River at Hanumannagar of Saptari district.

He ruled that the complaints are not registered in the police station due to various pressure.

Similarly, he cited another incident where two brothers- Tiru Yadav and Ram Kumar Yadav- of Gaidahawa rural municipality-1 in Rupandehi district were recently stabbed in a local shop.

He informed that one was critically hurt in the incident and was receiving treatment at present.

Similarly, he mentioned another case occurred on May 25 where a 30-year-old Tara Khatik of Gobrepur rural municipality in Bardia district was severely thrashed and the victim hanged herself the same night.

He ranted that the local police refused to file complaints in all above-mentioned cases. Against this, he demanded that the government should enable peace and order and protect the lives of citizens.

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