Duped in Saint Lucia, 20 Nepalese students await justice

June 9, 2016 14:02 PM Republica


KATHMANDU, June 9: Nepalese students in Saint Lucia have asked the newly-elected prime minister of the Caribbean country for justice.

According to a report in Saint Lucia Times, the students are awaiting the outcome of a protracted court case against men whom they say lured them with false promises of an education and jobs in the United States. 

A Jury in London on Monday began hearing on the criminal case filed against Lama for allegedly torturing detainees in the Nepalese Army barracks during the Maoist armed insurgency.

In a Skype conversation, Raut said that he is recording his statement against Lama. "We were tortured blindfolded," Raut added, "We have not forgotten the pain." 



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