Body of sixth person missing in Chaurjahari massacre found after 10 days
JAJARKOT: The physique of the sixth sufferer of Chaurjahari bloodbath, whereby Dalit youth Nawaraj Bk and his associates had been attacked by the villagers in Rukum West ten days in the past, was discovered right now within the banks of Bheri River.
According to Deputy Superintendent of Jajarkot District Police Office, Kishore Kumar Shrestha, the physique of Govinda Shahi, 17, was discovered some 22 kilometres away from the incident web site close to Khodakhola of Bheri River in Bheri Municipality-13.
Locals had noticed the submerged physique within the river this afternoon earlier than informing the police, DSP Shrestha added.
With the restoration of Govinda Shahi’s physique the incident’s loss of life toll has reached six. Bodies of different youths — Nawaraj BK, Tikaram Sunar, Ganesh Buda, Sandeep BK and Lokendra Sunar — have already been recovered from the river.
Nawaraj BK alongside together with his associates had gone to Soti in Rukum West from Bheri Municipality in Jajarkot district to carry his girlfriend residence for marriage.
However, upon reaching the woman’s hometown, the villagers attacked and chased the youths to a degree of forcing them to leap into Bheri river, as the one technique of escape. In the incident, six had been killed, scores had been injured.
Meanwhile, the victims’ households have filed a FIR towards 20 individuals together with the ward chair of Soti on the DPO after the incident.