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Nepal Police made public Bhagarathi Bhatta murder case accused

Accused Bhatta said in a statement to the police that he had done it out of revenge for Bhagarathi's murder.
(Dinesh Bhatta, who was arrested on the charge of killing 17-year-old Bhagarathi Bhatta of Baitadi, has been made public by the Nepal Police. Baitadi, 17 February 2021.)

N24 Correspondent, BAITADI:- Police have made public Dinesh Bhatta, who was involved in the rape and murder of 17-year-old schoolgirl Bhagarathi Bhatt in Dogadakedar Gaonpalika-7 of Baitadi.

Dinesh Bhatt, a class 11 student of Sanatan Secondary School, was made public by the police after it was confirmed that he was involved in a Bhagarathi murder case.

Far-Western Provincial Police Chief Uttam Raj Subedi said that Bhatta was arrested on the basis of technical evidence, eyewitness testimony, and evidence at a press conference held at the District Police Office, Baitadi.

In a statement to the police, Bhatta said that Bhagarathi was killed in retaliation. According to police, Bhagarathi’s father had abused his aunt.

Accused Bhatta said in a statement to the police that he had done it out of revenge for Bhagarathi’s murder.

After the incident, he took part in a demonstration demanding justice for Bhagirathi. However, his close acquaintances have said that his behavior has changed, according to the police.

Subedi said that some evidence was collected at the scene and sent to the laboratory. Subedi said that a detailed investigation would be carried out against him by extending the term. He said that Bhagarathi had even filed an FIR against Bhatt.

Bhatta, who went to study at Sanatan Secondary School on January 7, did not return home till evening. Her family had started searching for her. Her body was found 50 meters below the road in the afternoon.

Her body was found in the Lablake Community Forest on the way from Darchula to Baitadi.

The post-mortem report showed that Bhatt had sustained head and hand injuries and died of strangulation. After the incident, the police had ordered a tacker dog from the dog branch in Dhangadhi, which indicated that the accused had gone to Khochlek Bazaar.

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