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Domestic worker confessed murdering employer


02 February 2019  

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CHITWAN: A 14-year-old boy has admitted to killing his female employer Rupa Thapa of Mudabhari of Rapti municipality-6 in east Chitwan. The District Police Office Chitwan has confirmed that Santosh Alemagar of Taltikhol, Dhading, working as a domestic helper for Thapa confessed to killing the woman in the night of January 29.
According to Magar, the house owner in the beginning tried to prevent him from joining a marriage party of the neighbor. The woman however allowed him to attend the party as he was stubborn in his stance.
He returned home late night at around 9:45 pm from the party; found woman, whom the boy called ‘mother’, sleeping up-stair of the house. He sneaked into her room and attacked her with a khukuri.
Keeping the weapon behind his room, he washed his blood stained hands and legs before going to his bed, Deputy Superintendent of Police Durga Raj Regmi and office Spokesperson said quoting the boy who reported that his mother used to scold him time and again and he murdered her in revenge.
The boy had been working as an assistant for the Thapa family since the past 10 months. Rupa’s son-in-law had found the boy to help his mother-in-law. Rupa’s eldest son was not at home due to personal works on the day when the incident happened.
However further investigations are underway and police have arrested other five persons for interrogations into the case.

Publish Date : 02 February 2019 14:38 PM

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