DANG: Parents of those boys, who were found dead inside the car parked at Syauli bazaar of Tulasipur sub-metropolitan city five days ago, have not received the bodies yet.
They said that they would not receive the bodies until police arrest those involved in the incident and make them public. They met with Mayor of Tulasipur sub-metropolis on Wednesday and drew his attention. On the occasion, Pandey urged the victim families to help in investigation into the case.
saying they have directed the Tulasipur police to carrying out fair investigation into the case, Mayor Pandey added that the reality of the incident would be revealed after viscera report. Similarly, he expressed commitment that the sub-metropolitan city would provide Rs 25,000 each as funeral expenses to the victim families. Chairperson of Dalit Mukti Morcha, Suraj Pariyar, said that the boys were murdered. A team of police with sniffer dog from Banke had arrived in Dang to carryout investigation into the case.
Chief of Area Police Office, Tulasipur, Shiva Bahadur Singh, said that viscera has already been sent to Kathmandu to find out the cause behind the death. Nine-year-old Sandeep Pariyar, seven-year-old Subarna Pariyar and six-year-old Karan Pariyar of Baruwa Village were found dead inside the Indian number plated car (RJOICC 0885) on May 2.
Police have arrested car owner Yadav Prasad Gaire and driver Padam bahadur Basnet and investigation into the case was underway.
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