KATHMANDU, Feb 13: Yakshalal Chamar, 65, and his 11-year-old grandson Gaucharan Chamar, who live in Susta Rural Municipality-3, Marchahawa, Nawalparasi, were found dead. They were discovered about 500 meters south of the house at 5:55 on Tuesday morning.
Ramesh Bohra, Information Officer at the District Police Office, Nawalparasi West, said that their bodies were found lying 15 meters apart. They had been living and farming in a dirt hut covered with thatch for the last 4.5 years.
Yakshalal was living with a son, daughter-in-law, and two grandsons and a granddaughter. His son had gone to India a month and a half ago for work.
After the husband went to India, the daughter-in-law also went to her maternal home in India with a son and a daughter. Yakshalal was staying at home with only one grandson.
After receiving the information that two dead bodies were found, a team of police personnel led by Superintendent of Police (SP) Kaji Kumar Acharya reached the spot. “The cause of their death has not been revealed, and further investigation is being carried out along with the K-9 unit,” the police said.