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Sankhuwasabha en masse killing: Police arrest Lok Bahadur’s brother Naresh, start investigation


SANKHUWASABHA:- Police have arrested Naresh Karki, brother of Lok Bahadur, and started investigation.
Lok Bahadur is the prime accused involved in the en masse killing of a family at Madi municipality-1 of Sankhuwasabha district. Six members of a family were murdered on September 6.
Police Inspector at the Area Police Office, Chainpur, Yograj Khatiwada, said that police arrested Naresh and started investigation after a mobile set of Ranjana, 32, daughter-in-law of Tej Bahadur, was confiscated from Naresh.
Investigation has been started suspecting his support to Lok Bahadur in the incident, he added.
A 52-year-old Tej Bahadur, his wife Kamala, 52, mother Parbati, 84, daughter-in-law Ranjana, grandson Dipen, 11, and seven-year-old granddaughter Goma of Umlingkhola village were murdered on September 6.
Lok Bahadur has already confessed his crime and police have made him public.

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