In today’s headline Nepal, the now-discussed Paul Sah case has been discussed with senior advocate Born Bahadur Karki. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture. Karki said that as the girl and her father had given a statement in the Tanahu court, they would be taken to the Nawalpur court soon and the statement would be decided according to the nature of the case.
In our society, some people have started various activities to bring in foreign dollars by opening NGOs. It is found that some people have made good use of the dollars coming from abroad. The singer, who had accused actor Paul Sah of rape, has changed her statement. He further added that after the case was weakened by the victim who did not file the complaint, Paul Sah came closer to justice.
He further added that the accused has been trying to force the victim to change his statement in order to justify himself. In some cases, the victim has been punished after changing the statement. He said that he would remain in jail till he was acquitted by both the courts. He said that after taking statements from both of them, the court would pronounce its verdict, Tanahu would take final statement and Nawalparasi would take final statement.
After Paul Sah filed a case in Tanahu on March 26 alleging that he had repeatedly raped her, Sah went to the police station on March 3 on the basis of a complaint. The district court had ordered to send him to jail on April 26 for trial. The case was registered on Tuesday through Sah’s lawyer. Paul Sah’s own statements contradict his own, and his lawyers have not been able to save him.
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.