Sunday, September 15, 2019

District Court sends Bal Mandir director to custody

Kathmandu, September 15

Director of Nepal Children Association, the organisation that runs an orphanage named Bal Mandir in Kathmandu and many other parts of the country, Bal Krishna Dangol has been remanded in custody.

The Kathmandu District Court issued the order recently, according to police.

Dangol was arrested on charges of child trafficking on August 14. Police have accused Dangol for assisting a British national in unlawfully ‘purchasing’ a Nepali child and assisting her in obtaining fraudulent documents to claim the baby as her own.

According to Metropolitan Police Range spokesperson DSP Hobindra Bogati, Dangol was sent to central jail upon orders from the District Court.

Dangol was arrested after British national, Dina Smith,  confessed that she had received help from Dangol in obtaining the infant and said she paid Dangol Rs 1.1 million.

Smith was detained by immigration officials at Tribhuvan International Airport when she tried to leave the country with the infant in August.


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