2004-03-01 - incident - Kathmandu district २०६०-११-१८ - घटना - काठमाडौं जिल्ला
Archive ref no: NCA-12003 अभिलेखालय सि. नं.: NCA-12003
Alleged incident overview | घटेको भनिएको घटनाको समीक्षा
Information regarding alleged incident | घटेको भनिएको घटनासम्बन्धी जानकारी
- On March 1, 2004 (Falgun 18, 2060), five or six RNA soldiers in civil dress came to Krishna Secondary School in Chhaimale, Kathmandu, at 11:30 a.m. The soldiers went to the school's headmaster, identified themselves as RNA soldiers, and asked to see a student, seventeen-year-old Parlad Waiba . After Waiba was brought to the headmaster's office, the soldiers said they would need to take Waiba away for about ten minutes of questioning, collected his books from the class room, and departed with Waiba. The soldiers were recognized by faculty and students as belonging to the nearby Farping Army Camp. Waiba has not been seen since then.
- The family registered the "disappearance" with the NHRC, ICRC, and various human rights organizations. An elderly relative of Waiba also went to the Farping army camp to ask about him, and was told by the guards at the gate not to worry, because Waiba was being provided with food and shelter and was fine. No other information has been received by the family.
- According to the family and school officials, Waiba was not involved with the Maoists.6