Lalita Niwas land case: Kathmandu Court allows police to remand accused in custody for 5 more days

Lalita Niwas Land Case accused

Kathmandu, July 16

District Court Kathmandu has ordered the accused in the Lalita Niwas land case to be kept in custody for five more days.

A single bench of Judge Daya Ram Dhakal gave the order allowing the police to keep the 17 people arrested by police, including Min Bahadur Gurung, to be kept in custody while investigations are longing.

The people have been accused of forging documents and obtaining government land.

Arrest warrants have been issued against 406 people including four ex-secretaries for their involvement in the Lalita Niwas land case in Baluwatar.

Gurung’s petition regarding the police arresting him on no grounds is currently being heard at the Supreme Court.

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