KATHMANDU: The Department of Money Laundering Investigation (DoMLI) has filed a case against five ‘Dons’ at the Special court on Sunday on charges of accumulating property over millions of rupees through illegal means.
DoMLI filed the case against the Deepak Manange, Parshuram Basnet, Chakre Milan, Ganesh Lama and Abhiskek Giri. According to the charge sheet, Giri is charged with amassing Rs 29.4 million, Chakre Rs 70.8 million, and Manange Rs 147.3 million. Similarly, Basnet has been charged with amassing Rs 116.1 million and Lama with Rs 270.1 million through unknown sources.
Dipak Manange is close to RPP Chairperson Pashupati Shumser Rana, Parshuram Basnet is close to CPN-UML leader K.P. Oli, while Chakre Milan, Ganesh Lama and Abhiskek Giri are close to CPN-UML leader Pradip Nepal, Madheshi Janadhikar Forum (Democratic) and Federal Democratic Party respectively. Basnet, Lama and Manange are the central leaders of their respective parties.
Chakre Milan has been serving jail term at Central Jail for his involvement in criminal activities while four others have been creating fear in the society. The Department has informed that Central Investigation Bureau and the Department conducted investigation against them since four years before filing the cases.
These dons have been engaged in the acts of murder, abducting, recovering ransom and capturing booths during the elections and also criminal activities to terrify general people. The department has sought as much amounts in fine and additional equal amounts in compensation from them.
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