Durgesh Thapa, who is interested in Nepali songs and music videos as a young PD, has been involved in controversy from time to time. Thapa said that he and Paul had a good relationship and that he had tears in his eyes when he was handcuffed.
The two responded well to the music video, saying he had no receiver and that his manager had to send him to the village. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture. Thapa said the incident was a major blow to the music video industry. Durgesh said that he worked even when he was not sleeping at night while he was away.
Durgesh Thapa: I have been working in the field of music video for 10-12 years. I was shooting for a music video at Saurah in Chitwan district. The team including Sah said that they stayed there after drinking alcohol. The next time they went to Kathmandu for work, the victim girl and Krishna Joshi tried to force her to marry him in the month of Asar 2078. Her team gave her legal advice and financial issues. He said he did not know anyone.
In the petition, the victim has declared that the incident took place in Pokhara on 2077-09-10 and in Tanahu on 2078-01-14 and there is a legal provision to lodge a complaint within one year of the incident. Paul Sah, the protagonist who was sent to jail for trial on the basis of the petition filed by the minor singer alleging rape, has directed the Pokhara High Court against the order given by the district court against Tanahu. Bishnu Prasad Adhikari, Information Officer of the Pokhara High Court, informed that a petition has been filed in the High Court seeking the same.
Following the lawyers’ debate in the Tanahu District Court on Thursday, a bench of Justice Harris Chandra Dhungana remanded Paul Sah in custody for trial and released his manager Krishna Joshi on Rs 1 lakh bail. Paul will now be held in solitary confinement and will be sentenced to life in prison if convicted by both courts. Paul Sah is facing similar charges in two places, and if convicted, he will be sentenced by the same court, the lawmaker said.