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7 including ward chair arrested on charge of abduction and murder of 12-yr-old boy in Rautahat

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RAUTAHAT — Police has arrested Ward Chair Shakti Yadav of Kathariya Municipality-9 and other six persons in connection with the abduction and murder of 12-year-old boy in Rautahat.

12-year-old Yubaraj Sah also called Sunny Deol, son of local health worker Dilip Sah, was kidnapped from Dumariya in Kathariya Municipality-9 of Rautahat district on Saturday and found dead with bullet injuries 15-kilometres-away in Gadhimai Municipality at Bagmati River bank on Monday.

A joint police team led by Inspector duo Manoj Yadav and Chaturbhuj Ojha arrested ward chair’s son Shakti Yadav (19), Pravin Ray Yadav (20), Sunil Kumar Yadav (20), all of Dumariya, Kathariya Municipality-9 and Binod Kumar Patel (18), Ravi Kumar Patel (20), both of Aakadpathar of Brindaban Municipality in the district.

The arrestees informed the police on the location of deceased’s body and admitted killing Yubaraj under command of Ward Chair Yadav. Following a preliminary investigation, Ward Chair Yadav was arrested, according to police.

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Police informed that the kidnappers, after 12 hours of abduction of Yubaraj, called his father and bargained for ransom for two hours. The family agreed to pay a ransom and asked for the drop location but the kidnappers suddenly went out of contact.

Although the family agreed to pay a ransom of Rs 500,000 to which the kidnappers agreed to release Sah, he was shot by the kidnappers following fear of arrest as their plan to take Shah to a safe house failed, according to police.

Police sia dthat the kidnappers had planned to take Yubaraj to a safe house away from the district. But, after police intensified the search, they were not able to take him out of the district and decided to shoot him and go back to Garuda to eliminate suspicions.

Following the incident, victim’s mother has lost her senses multiple times while she cries in immense agony over her child’s death.

While the parent’s dream of making their only son a doctor is about to burn in a funeral pyre along with him, entire Dumariya village has also gone into mourning.

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Sino-Nepal bilateral agreement implementation process begins





KATHMANDU — The government has begun a process to implement energy cooperation agreement held with the government of China in a bid to attract more foreign investment and expand hydropower market in the country.

So far, Nepal has signed such agreements with India and Bangladesh as well. The process was begun following the Sino-Nepal agreement reached on 14 different areas during the Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s recent visit to China.

Bilateral agreements including railway construction in Nepal based on the trade and transit agreement, protocol concerning the utilisation of highways in Tibet Autonomous Region of China by Nepal for cargo transport was signed on the occasion.

Similarly, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on investment and cooperation on production capacity between the National Development and Reforms Commission of China and National Planning Commission of Nepal was signed during the visit.

Likewise, an agreement between the two governments was signed on reconstruction of the Friendship Bridge in Tatopani of Sindhupalchok and Rasuwagadhi of Rasuwa.

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Similarly, MoU was signed between the two countries on the establishment of a mechanism for facilitation on the implementation of China-Nepal Cooperation Programmes and Projects in Nepal.

In line with these agreements, Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Barsha Man Pun has finalized the name to be represented from Nepal to the joint committee.

Energy secretary Anup Kumar Upadhyay has been nominated as the co-chair at the committee. There will be other seven members at the committee representing from electricity development department, Nepal Electricity Authority, and joint secretary from the Energy Ministry.

The committee meeting will be held in Kathmandu on September 27 and 28. The meeting will hold discussions on bilateral cooperation on energy sectors and progress on investment exchange in the areas among other issues.

The committee has been assigned to create environment conducive to welcome investment in the energy development from both government and private sectors.

Minister Pun said that the process has begun to form a joint committee and it will forward the process to implement the bilateral agreements in the energy development sectors.

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Agreements with Bangladesh also towards implementation

Similarly, the process of formation of two committees in line with the agreements signed between Nepal and Bangladesh has been forwarded.

Minister for Energy Pun following the Cabinet meeting on Sunday had made the decisions and picked the representatives to be in the Secretary-led Joint Executive Committee and Joint Technical Committee led by Join-Secretary.

The MoU regarding the energy cooperation between Nepal and Bangladesh provisions the formation of two committees, one led by Secretary of the Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation and other Joint-Secretary of the same ministry.

Nepal and Bangladesh had inked an MoU on energy cooperation between the two countries on August 10. Minister Pun and Bangladeshi Minister of State for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid had signed the MoU.

Nepal signing MoU on BIMSTEC grid interconnections

Likewise, the government has decided to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) relating to the establishment of Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral, Economic and Technical Cooperation (BIMSTEC) grid interconnections. The decision to this effect was taken Sunday.

Nepal is expected to find an easier way to supply electricity generated here to India, Bangladesh and Myanmar once it signs the MoU.

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Issues relating to the construction of transmission lines and their operations have been incorporated in the MoU. Minister for Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, has been given an authority to sign the document on behalf of the government of Nepal.

The member states of BIMSTEC, a sub- regional body comprising seven members in South Asia and South East Asia dependent on the Bay of Bengal, are meeting on coming August 30-31 in Kathmandu for the fourth Summit.

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