‘Buddha Boy’ men ‘detain’ two women

Ekantipur 2012. Article already deleted.

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Ram Bamjan interrogated by police

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Police questioning Ram Bomjon after the incident with the 17 Madeshi men, whom he and his monks beat up with sticks. The nun sitting behind is his sister, Manu. Source: probably Prateek Daily

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Police questioning Ram Bomjon after the incident with the 17 Madeshi men, whom he and his monks beat up with sticks. Source: Ekantipur.com (already deleted)

how i was slapping them DS and police

Police questioning Ram Bomjon after the incident with the 17 Madeshi men, whom he and his monks beat up with sticks. Bomjon graphically explaining that he was only slapping them like this… Source: Internet (deleted)

Photos from a short video made by journalists of DC Nepal (expat media based in the USA) named “Sthaniya Bich Jhadap”on YouTube about Bomjon’s September 2, 2014 violence (see details on Halkoria.wordpress.com, The Bloody violence continues in Halkhoria):

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Fight against Bamjan shelter

BARA: The Home Ministry has directed the security personnel not to allow Ram BahadurBamjan, popularly known as the Buddha Boy, to live in Bara forests.

Fiat against Bamjan shelter

BARA: The Home Ministry has directed the security personnel not to allow Ram BahadurBamjan, popularly known as the Buddha Boy, to live in Bara forests. The directive was issued to prevent Bamjan from entering the forests after information that he was preparing to relocate his shelter to the Halkhoriya forest. Bamjan is living in a forest in Sindhuli after leaving Halkhoriya. Following the order, around 200 personnel from the Nepal Police, the Armed Police Force and forest security were kept on high alert at Nijgadh, Pasaha, Ratanpuri and Tamagadi, fearing clashes between Bamjan supporters and forest officials. (PR)

http://www.ekantipur.com/the-kathmandu-post/2012/09/15/nation/newsdigest/239684.html