Former Minister Mohammed Afuta Alam was sent to Nakkhu jail in Lalitpur on Friday night. On Friday, the district court, Rautahat, ordered Alam to be tried for trial. The court ordered Alam to be kept in a suitable jail for security reasons, so the jail was executed. District Court Rautahat judge Deepak Dhakal ordered the injured Alam, who was accused of burning bricks, to be arrested in connection with the bomb blast three years ago.
In addition to providing security to the public, victims and government witnesses, the court has ordered that the protection house be kept as per requirement. The court on Friday ordered Alam to be remanded in custody after an eight-day impeachment debate. As the nature and severity of the offense and the evidence of the accused can adversely affect the evidence, the order states that the case should be kept in jail and tried.
The court ordered that Alam be sent to detention, while District Court Supervisor Gunaraj Parajuli told the court that the accused Alam of duty killings, explosives and killing industry should be kept in detention in accordance with sub-section (b) of Article 7 of the Civil Criminal Procedure Code, keeping in view the specialty, seriousness and sensitivity of the case. Have been reported. Although the district government lawyer’s office filed a case against five people including Alam, two others are still absconding.