Although Nanda was seven months pregnant she reached the police office only to be detained for two days for no apparent reason at all. After being released, Nanda had thought she would never be troubled by the police again. “But the police demanded bribe from us,” Nanda told media persons, “I even paid them the amount they demanded but they have still been troubling me.”
The family of the woman with whom Nanda´s husband had eloped with had earlier registered a complaint against the latter accusing him of human trafficking.
Nanda then went to Shimla of India and brought back the woman to Surkhet district. The woman explained to the police that she had married Nanda´s husband. But the police continued thrashing Nanda.
Nanda accused sub-inspector Radheshyam Chaudhary of accepting Rs 80,000 from the woman´s relatives. She claimed that her brother-in-law Hemant had seen Chaudhary accepting the bribe.
She also accused sub-inspector Chaudhary of demanding an additional Rs 27,000 to pay to a senior police officer. Superintendent of Police Prakash Adhikari, who the chief of Surkhet police, said that he had held a discussion with Nanda and the police officials after learning about the case.
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