Melamchi, Jan. 4: The police have begun investigation on the disappearance of two persons from an ashram at Bandegaon of Sindhupalchowk which was set up by Ram Bahadur Bamjan, a self declared tapaswi of Bara district.
After a complaint was lodged at District Police Office of Makwanpur that two persons from Makwanpur had gone disappeared from Bamjan’s ashram, the investigation has been launched in cooperation with the Sindhupalchowk police.
The police team reached the shelter and began investigation into the case. The District Court had allowed the police to conduct raid at Banjan’s ashram.
Spokesperson of Nepal Police, Uttamraj Subedi, shared the information that probe had begun investigation from Sindhupalchowk. A forensic team with experts has been mobilized for the search of the disappeared ones, he added.
The Makwanpur District Police received the complaint that Sancha Lal Waiba and Phulmaya Rumba of the district were gone disappeared from Bamjan’s ashram of Sindhupalchowk. RSS
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