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Rs 195.5 million money laundering case filed against gangster Bale


05 October 2020  

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KATHMANDU: The Department of Money Laundering Investigation has filed a lawsuit against gangster Balaram Sapkota alias Bale and her wife.

The department has filed a case of money laundering worth Rs 195.5 million at the Special Court on Monday.

The department had started the investigation after a petition was filed against Bale, who is currently living in Kathmandu.

Earlier, he was arrested from a gambling den. Following the arrest, police had sent him to the Department of Money Laundering Investigation for further action.

The department has also registered a case of money laundering worth Rs 25.5 million against his wife, Sirjana Kakshapati. The petition has also demanded confiscation of house, land, and vehicle in the name of Bale.

Publish Date : 05 October 2020 19:23 PM

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