Kakarvitta (Jhapa), Aug. 24: Nepali national Udaya Fago, who was in police custody in Siliguri of West Bengal in India, was released after 17 days in custody tonight.
A resident of Fikkal in Suryodaya municipality-10 of Ilam district, Fago was arrested on August 7 from the Family clinic in Siliguri where he had accompanied his mother for her medical treatment. He was arrested by India police on the charge of supporting the Gorkhaland movement of Darjeeling.
Fago arrived here at 9:00 pm after being released on a general date by the court in Siliguri. Fago said that he was mentally tortured in custody and felt that he had returned alive. Stating that he had not done anything wrong or illegal, Fago expressed sadness over the act of the Indian government to treat him like a terrorist for no reason. RSS
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