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The Patan High Court has ordered Teknath Rizal, who is accused in the fake Bhutanese refugee case, to be released on bail.
On Friday, the bench of Patan High Court Judges Prakash Kharel and Janak Pandey ordered Rizal to be released on bail of Rs 15 lakh.
The order was given by the court in Patan High Court on behalf of the defendant to cancel the detention order issued by the Kathmandu District Court on Ashar 1 last year as unreasonable.
It is mentioned in the order that the decision of the District Court Kathmandu was annulled because he also had mental problems was 76 years old and was a refugee himself.
Likewise, the court ordered Narendra KC to release 10 lakhs and Haribhakta Maharjan for 15 lakhs.
Similarly, Shamsher Mia has been released on a bond of 10 lakhs, Ashish Budhathoki on a simple bond and Sandeep Rayamajhi on a bond of 30 lakhs.