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Special Court slaps 30 million bail to don Lama


KATHMANDU: The Special Court on Thursday demanded a bail amount of Rs 30 million from ‘notorious don’ Ganesh Lama for his release on the case of money laundering.

Lama, who is the central committee member of Madhesi Janadhikar Forum-Loktantrik, has been charged with accumulating property worth Rs 270.1 million through illegal means. He had surrendered to the court yesterday.

A full bench of Special Court Chairman Kedar Prasad Chalise and Justices Mohan Raman Bhattarai and Bhupendra Prasad Rai set the bond for Lama after conducting the hearing. It is likely that he will be sent to custody after he fails to pay the bail amount within short notice today.

The Department of Money Laundering Investigation on May 19 had filed separate cases against five ‘notorious dons’, including Lama, at the Special Court on charges of amassing millions of rupees through illegal means.

Many such notorious dons have been involved in illegal activities and creating terror in public under the protection of political parties. Senior leaders of different political parties have been providing protection to such dons as they are the regular means of leaders of political parties and they have been used to adopt illegal means for winning the elections.

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