Police rescue 18 minors from Indo-Nepal border in Achham

Achham, June 8

Police have taken eighteen minors and two men under control from Western Gadda Station in Kanchanpur on their way to India on Friday.

Ram Bahadur Buda (53) and Ratan BK (48), along with 12 boys and three girls, were taken under control with the help of India Seema Surakshya Bal (SSB) at the Indo-Nepal border in Achham.

The preliminary investigation showed that they were the residents of Dhakari Rural Municipality-7 in Achham and were being taken to the southern neighbour for job opportunities with permission from their parents.

The minors have been given shelter at the Maiti Nepal as of now.

According to Inspector Karna Bahadur Bam, they were being taken for job with permission from guardians, but it has not been cleared yet.


Published on June 8th, Friday, 2018 11:56 AM

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