Saturday, 31 October 2020 07:23 PM
January 6, 2019 12:00 PM NPT
KATHMANDU, Jan 6: Police have apprehended 21 persons including three Tibetans on the charge of illegal gambling from a house at Bouddha in the capital on Saturday night.
A squad of police from the Metropolitan Police Crime Range Hanumandhoka arrested them when they raided a house rented by Lopsang Lama at Phoolbari, Boudhha.
Deputy Superintendent of Police at Metropolitan Police Crime Range, Homendra Bogati, told Republica Online that the arrested were taken into custody for further investigation.
The gamblers were held with Rs 7, 19820 cash and gambling coins.
"We are going to produce them before the District Administration Office Kathmandu today," Bogati said.
According to police, Lama had been running gambling illegally taking the entire house in rent for a long time.
KATHMANDU, Sept 19: Police have arrested 10 gamblers from New Baneshwor in the capital. ...
KATHMANDU, Jan 17: The Metropolitan Police Circle, Maharajgunj, has arrested 15 gamblers along with Rs 535,840 in cash from Gongabu in...
Kathmandu has transformed into a melting pot of diverse cultural practices. The concentrated traditions of the entire stretch of Nepal...