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Case filed against Mahara demanding 7.5 years imprisonment

31 October 2019  

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KATHMANDU: A rape case has been filed at Kathmandu District Court against outgoing Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara demanding seven and a half years imprisonment.

The District Attorney Office, Kathmandu filed a case demanding a maximum of five years in jail for rape and an additional two and a half years imprisonment for being involved in crime while being seated at a high-ranking post.

Mahara was arrested from his official residence in Baluwatar on October 6 after Kathmandu District Court issued an arrest warrant against him for allegedly raping Roshani Shahi, a female employee at Parliament Secretariat.

Publish Date : 31 October 2019 17:59 PM

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