Nawalparasi, Jan. 1: A campaign has been launched in and outside the country to collect blood money to release a Nepali migrant worker from jail in Saudi Arabia.
Thaneshwor Bhusal of Madhyabindu Municipality-4 in Nawalparasi district was convicted and jailed four years ago in a murder case.
Two people were killed when a tipper truck he was driving collided with other two vehicles. The accident occurred on September 23, 2018.
Donation is coming in for the cause, said the campaigner migrant workers welfare forum.
A cheque for Rs 204,187 collected in Nepal as part of the drive was handed to Thaneshwor's mother Yam Kala through the district chief district officer Shambhu Prasad Marasini amid a programme, the forum said.
Talking to Rastriya Samachar Samiti, Marasini asked all to provide help to release Thaneshwor from jail. RSS
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