Kathmandu, Aug. 10: Minister for Home Affairs (MoHA) Ram Bahadur Thapa said Thursday that the legislature would start examination concerning the disputable Suryabinayak police encounter.
Outfitting answers to questions raised at a gathering of the State Affairs and Good Governance Committee under the House of Representatives, Home Minister Thapa guaranteed that the legislature would direct a different examination concerning the case.
The service achieved the choice of leading a different examination concerning the police encounter, in which two charged abductors of a kid, Gopal Tamang and Ajaya Tamang, were killed in the timberlands of Suryabinayak of Bhaktapur on Monday.
A squad, driven by the Metropolitan Police Crime Division (MPCD), directed the police encounter following a 11-year-old student, Nishan Khadka, was killed following his kidnapping on Sunday. The body of the kid was recouped from Nagdesh of Bhaktapur Monday morning.
The encounter was hauled to a contention as a few sources have asserted the charged abductors were murdered after they were captured. They were taken to the Suryabinayak backwoods and slaughtered.
Administrators going to the gathering looked for answers from the Home Minister about the occurrence as the police encounter has raised doubt.
Legislator Devendra Raj Kandel raised uncertainty about the circumstance under which the police encounter against the Tamang twosome had occurred. In view of different sources, the police encounter showed up very suspicious, Kandel included.
He requested the Inspector General of Nepal Police and all the concerned faculty and specialists be brought before the board of trustees for cross examination.
Then, MPCD examination group on Thursday advised Home Minister Thapa about the murder of the youngster, Khadka, and the police encounter.
MPCD’s boss Dhiraj Pratap Singh and police encounter group achieved the priest’s quarters at Pulchowk to brief him in insights about the episode, said Surya Subedi Pathik, political counsel of Minister Thapa.
Home Minister Thapa, in the wake of tuning in to the instructions did not influence particular to remark.
“The Home Minister just tuned in to the instructions however didn’t make any remark,” Subedi said.
As indicated by Subedi, the MPCD group said that the Tamang team were slaughtered amid the police encounter after they had first started shooting against the police.