Arrest warrant issued against former home minister’s son Prateek

Kathmandu. An arrest warrant has been issued against Prateek Thapa, the son of former Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa ‘Badal’, on the charge of assisting a gang that extorted lakhs of rupees from Nepali citizens by turning them into Bhutanese refugees and sending them to America.

A court source told Online Khabar that the District Court, Kathmandu has issued a warrant to arrest him. When Thapa’s father was the home minister, the police had asked the court to issue an arrest warrant for taking financial benefits from the gang that he extorted by making refugees and sending them to America.According to sources, the court issued an arrest warrant based on the evidence submitted by the police.The Valley Crime Investigation Office of the police arrested Keshav Dulal of Morang, Sanu Bhandari of Lalitpur and Tek Gurung of Panchthar on the charge of making Bhutanese refugees and sending them to America on 12th Chait. Three days later, Sagar Rai of Morang was also arrested.

During their statement, former Home Minister Badal’s son Prateek also said that he helped them. In this case, the security advisor of former Home Minister Badal. Indrajit Rai, former Home Secretary and Secretary Teknarayan Pandey of the President’s Office have also been arrested.An arrest warrant has also been issued against CPN-UML leader Top Bahadur Rayamazhi and his son Sandeep Rayamazhi. The police have started searching for them.

During the taking of their statements, it was revealed that when Ram Bahadur Thapa ‘Badal’ and Congress leader Balkrishna Khan were home ministers, they tried to make Nepali youth refugees by ‘combining’ the staff administration and the secretariat.

On 29 June 2076, the KP Sharma Oli-led government formed a working group under the coordination of the then Assistant Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Balkrishna Panthi, to study and gather more evidence about those who were missing in the refugee registration process. After the formation of the task force, a gang was trying to create refugees by adding their names to the schedule form.

In that work, security adviser to the then Home Minister Badal. Indrajit Rai is also seen involved. Police arrested Rai from his residence in Lalitpur on Tuesday. He is currently in the custody of District Police Complex, Teku.

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