Killing of boy in Dhalkebar remains unsolved
The Human Rights organizations and its representatives have conducted a field study on the killing of one and half years old boy Aryan Shah after abduction in Dhalkebar on May 7.
The human rights activists had conducted the field study and investigation process of police after the victim’s party complained about not getting justice even after 11 days of his suspicious killing. The incident has terrorized locals.
Teacher Badri Bikram Baniya of Dhalkebar said that after the killing of Aryan whole city is terrorized.
Locals are feeling very insecure after the rising incidents on children in the district. The major culprit is still on unknown and police are claiming that the incident is still under the investigation.
The victim’s uncle said that the society is getting more insecure especially for children.
The internal affairs and law minister Gyanendra Yadav of province 2 has met with the victim’s family on May 18 and shown his commitment to nab the culprit involved in killing.
He said that the province 2 and he himself is ready to provide any assistance to the victim’s family.
Ajaya Kumar Shah
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