street demonstration in favor of Paul Sah, stern warning to rights activists

Paul Sah, who has been in police custody for 96 days after being remanded in custody and remanded in custody for several days, was scheduled to be heard in the Pokhara High Court on June 3. A bench of Pokhara High Court Judges Ujjwal Sukla and Shridhara Kumari Budhasaini upheld the district’s order. Earlier, the district court in Tanahu and Nawalpur had remanded Paul Sah in custody for trial. Following the high court’s decision in the district court, Paul Sah’s fans have become more involved in street protests, saying that not only the heroes of the movie, but also the heroes of the people of the country, but also traitors and corrupt people are roaming around. Organizations, NGO, INGO which have been set up in the name of the backward class, have requested the human rights activists in them to act with due diligence.

The jailer said that while Paul Sah was in prison, his health condition was normal and he was always a fan of his relatives. He said that he used to meet 5-6 people in a day. He said that after the Pokhara High Court ordered Sah to be reimbursed for appearing in the court, it was up to the court to decide what he had sent and what the court would decide. Paul Sah, who has been in prison for a long time, has been asked by the National and International House of Representatives to keep Paul Sah in jail. He is angry that he was imprisoned.

The date of her trial has been postponed for a long time due to various reasons, which has led to delay in getting justice to Paul Sah. He said that after the case was weakened by the victim who had filed the complaint, Paul Sah came closer to justice. 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. Bhurna Bahadur has said that out of the sentences given by the two courts, the one who gives more sentence will get the same punishment.

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 issued 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.

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. A bench of Justice Harris Chandra Dhungana on Thursday remanded Paul Sah in custody for trial while his manager Krishna Joshi, who was allegedly involved in the rape, was released on Rs 100,000 bail. Paul Sah is facing similar charges in two places, and if convicted, he will be sentenced by the same court, the lawmaker said.

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