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Failure to pay bail amount lands Kunwar to jail


KATHMANDU:
Padam Kunwar, who was arrested after he slapped UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal, has been sent to jail on Monday after he failed to deposit the bail amount.
Kunwar was imprisoned after he failed to deposit a bail of Rs. 28,000 sought by the District Administration Office, Kathmandu.
Kunwar has been facing action under the Public Offense Act after he was arrested for slapping Maoist Chairman Prachanda during a tea reception hosted by the party at Bhrikuti Mandap on November 16.

Meanwhile, following the news of Kunwar being sent to jail after being unable to deposit the bail amount, Nepalese across the world have sent the donation amount for him to  pay the bail amount. According to Kunwar’s brother-in-law Bhim Bharati, nearly 60 thousand rupees have been collected for his release from the generous people around the world. He informed that the bail amount will be deposited tomorrow for his release.

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