An overview of deleted articles

A shockingly long list proving the censorship of The Himalayan Times. All these articles had been published about Nepal’s (fake) ‘Buddha Boy’, who is announcing himself to be the Maitreya (Maitriya Guru), “Dharma Sangha” “Maha Sambodhi”, Tapasvi and wit many other names and titles.

Yet from 2012 gradually, and from 2015 totally NONE of these articles are available to the public anymore.The cult is free to continue with attacking new victims, because the public doe snot get a truthful and complex picture about the ‘Buddha Boy’ of Halkhoria. Media not warning people, they arrive to Bomjon and trust him – some of them then become attacked, tortured etc..

The most recent victim (for which the media’s censorship carries a direct responsibility) was in 2015 and still did not recover. In 2014 there had been at least 5 men injured in his brutal beatings, and in November-December 2014 a mysterious violence had broken out again, in Halkoria. In 2013 he encouraged the bloody attack against 13 youths in Sarlahi District, by two of his followers whom he supplied with swords….

Deleting the truth from the public about the dangerous and asocial activity of Ram Bomjon equals with supporting his violence against the more than 40 innocent people!

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PATHALAIYA: Ram Bahadur Bamjan, popularly known as the Little Buddha who has recently courted controversy over his attempt to procure a citizenship certificate on the basis of forged documents, has left his meditation site in the Halkhoria forest area, in Bara. Bamjan, who had been ‘meditating’ in the Halkhoria forest, is said to have left the site in a jeep at about 10 pm on Thursday with nine of his aides. Bamjan’s leaving the forest came to light when personnel from the Nijgadh Area Police Office came across a Tata Sumo numbered Na 2 Ch 1760 boarded by Bamjan along with h…
Published On: 2012-06-15

PATHLAIYA: Police on Wednesday detained Asmahamad Ansari, VDC Secretary of Ratanpuri, Bara for issuing a fake birth certificate to Ram Bahadur Bamjan, popularly known as the Little Buddha. VDC Secretary Ansari is accused of recommending citizenship certificate to Bamjan by forging a birth certificate in the name of Dharma Sangh, a body formed for his protection. According to CDO Birendra Kumar Yadav of Bara, Ansari has been handed over to the district police office for necessary investigation in connection with the birth certificate forgery case, against which Bamjan’s family had move…
Published On: 2012-06-14

PATHLAIYA: Tension ran high, when followers of Ram Bahadur Bamjan, also known to be the reincarnation of Lord Buddha, clashed with riot police in Bara, Pathlaiya-Nijgadh road section today. Bamjan’s supporters had staged a sit-in and halted vehicular movement in the highway blaming the administration for not issuing Bamjan his citizenship certificate in the name of Bodhi Shrawan Dharma Sangh, a group said to be formed for his protection. The situation grew tense when locals of Dumarwan-7, Piluwa, charged the protesters with sticks for obstructing the highway in the name of fulfilling …
Published On: 2012-06-12

PATHALAIYA: Followers of Ram Bahadur Bamjan, who is also known as Little Buddha, brought vehicular movement to a halt at Pasaha of Dumarawana VDC, Bara, along the Pathlaiya-Nijgadh road section, demanding that Bamjan be issued citizenship certificate in the name of Bodhi Shrawan Dharma Sangh, a group said to be formed for his protection. Passengers were stranded for four hours due to the road obstruction. Though Bamjan’s birth date has been registered as Ramlal, Bodhi Shrawan Dharma Sangh has demanded that Bamjan be issued citizenship certificate and passport in the name of ‘Dharm…
Published On: 2012-06-09

PATHALAIYA: Ram Bahadur Bamjan, who is said to have been meditating for long for the good of humanity, has taken his 12-year-old sister hostage after his mother did not cooperate with him to apply for citizenship, it is learnt. This comes just two months after Bamjan, known as Budhha Boy, freed two women his followers had detained from three months. “Bamjan (Guru) had sought my citizenship card to apply for his. But when I didn’t cooperate they took daughter Ranjita hostage four days ago,” alleged Mayadevi, Bamjan’s mother. “His followers at the Bodhi Shrawan Dh…
Published On: 2012-05-23

PATHLAIYA: Twenty-two-year old Ram Bahadur Bamjan, who is said to have been continuously meditating since 2005 and has been nicknamed the Buddha Boy, has been in the news of late for all the wrong reasons. It has been only a week since his followers freed two women (one Slovak and another Nepali) after keeping them in captivity. But now, it seems, Bamjan has started taking matters into his own hands. The Buddha Boy reportedly turned violent and beat up one of his brothers yesterday night and sister this morning. Bamjan thrashed his brother after he, along with his two brothers and some othe…
Published On: 2012-04-03

Diwakar Bhandari PATHLAIYA: Ram Bahadur Bamjan who claims to have been meditating for world peace and for the welfare of human beings for the past seven years had been dragged into controversy on several occasions, but every time police find some excuse not to book him under the existing laws. Early this month, Bodhi Shrawan Dharma Sangh that has been protecting Bamjan pulled into debate over the allegation of keeping two women in hostage for three months on charges that they want to ‘distract’ his meditation. Bamjan’s followers kept the Slovak woman Marichi and another woman fr…
Published On: 2012-03-30

PATHLAIYA: Police are yet to take action against Ram Bahadur Bamjan’s aides who allegedly held two women captive for ‘distracting’ the Buddha Boy during his meditation. Members of Bodhi Shrawan Sangh recently freed the two women –– one Nepali and the other Slovak national –– after allegedly keeping them in captivity for three months. Although the Slovak woman, identified as ‘Marichi’, told police that she was chained in captivity, police said they lack enough evidence to press charges against the Sangh. Bodhi Shrawan released Marichi an…
Published On: 2012-03-28

KATHMANDU: After three days of hullabaloo over a Slovak woman, who was said to have been held captive later freed after three months by followers of Ram Bahadur Bamjan, what is surfacing is intriguing which does leave a trail of questions. Hitherto identified only as Marichi, her name in her passports (one issued from Slovakia and another from Czech Republic) turned out to be Zsuzsana Takacs. Since her visa expired on June 3 last year, her stay in Nepal is illegal. When she was ‘freed’ on Sunday night, she had complained of torture meted out to her and had expressed her desire to…
Published On: 2012-03-27

 

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