After 28 years on the run, the District Police Office in Ramechhap has apprehended a fugitive defendant in a murder case. Deputy Superintendent of Police Nawaraj Dhungana of the District Police Office in Ramechhap confirmed that the arrested man is Hom Bahadur Thapa Magar, 58, of Gauswara-7, who is currently residing in Doramba Shailung Village Municipality-4, according to the arresting officer.
Gajure Magar, a neighbor, was stabbed to death by four individuals on October 21, 1992, as a result of a long-standing disagreement. Hom Bahadur is not the only one who has served his time; Chandra B. Magar and Ganga B. Magar have both completed their sentences, and Tak B. Magar has passed away.
Thapana Magar, who was convicted of a felony and sentenced to 20 years in prison by the Ramechhap District Court on January 29, 1994, was still at large, according to Dhungana. Magar was apprehended by the police while he was hiding in his home on the basis of specific information.
While his wife attempted to assist him in escaping by fabricating stories about her husband Hom Bahadur, who was at home, the police discovered him hiding inside the house on the second floor of the house and apprehended him. The accused has been taken into custody and will be taken to the district court today, according to the police.