Mental disorder after being looted in Gorakhpur

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Baglung, Oct. 18: A Nepali youth, who was looted in Gorakhpur on last Saturday while returning to Nepal from Punjab of India, is now facing mental disorder.

Iswor Sahani, 26, of Malma VDC-7, who reached Punjab in search for work some one-and-a-half month ago, was robbed by a group of unidentified people in Gorakhpur while returning home.

The criminal group had looted his cash and baggage after getting him into unconscious with the use of narcissistic drugs while he was awaiting bus to Sunauli nearby Railway Station at around 1.00 AM on Saturday.

Sahani was brutally beaten up after his possessions looted. He was found on the premises of Lumbini Zonal Hospital of Butwal after two days of the incident, said his father Lok Bahadur Sahani.

Seriously injured Sahani has several bruises in his body. He has lost his mental balance due to ruthless beating and forceful consumption of drugs.

He was taken to Kathmandu on Wednesday for further treatment. He himself had called his father from Lumbini Hospital once he came into consciousness.

‘My son was travelling to home from Punjab by train and was looted while he waiting bus to Sunauli’, said his father Lok Bahadur.

‘I had found him on the hospital premises with semi-conscious state’, he further said, adding he was found there with the help of security guard of the hospital. RSS

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