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Knadga Bahadur disappears



The courts recently freed Khadga Bahadur Bhujel, the main accused in the Pravin Gurung accident case. This has come as a boon to the palace. In the first instance, the anger and frustration against the palace over its handling of this case, will now be deflected towards the government. Secondly, it becomes easier for Paras Shah to give his statement.

We have to remember that right after the incident, the activities of the police, the government and the palace, have all indicated that the main culprit was none other than Paras Shah, and Bhujel was being framed as the fall guy. Bhujel is now a free man.

It will now be easier for all the concerned parties to hush up this case. Neither proof, nor witness, or any other form of evidence has come up in the case. The police do not know how the incident took place, who the driver was, or of any other circumstances leading to the death of the singer. This helps the concerned authorities to state that since there are no clues or evidence, they cannot implicate Paras Shah in the case. Meanwhile, Pravin Gurung\'s wife has publicly stated that Paras Shah is not the culprit.

After being freed by the court, Bhujel has shifted residence, and his where abouts are not known. In fact, Bhujel must be a happy man these days. He needed money for his wife\'s pregnancy and to run the house. He seems to have got enough of that.

This seems to be the end of the Pravin Gurung story.


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(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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