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Buddha boy shows wrath
Added At: 2010-07-24 11:41 PM
Last Updated At: 2010-07-25 11:30 AM
PATHLAIYA: Ram Bahadur Bamjan, 20, popularly known as Buddha boy, thrashed 17 locals after holding them for nearly 24 hours in Bara district on Friday.
The injured locals from Manaharwa VDC said they were thrashed at Ratanpuri forest where they had gone to collect wild vegetables on Thursday afternoon.
The victims said, Bamjan, with the help of a local, brought them to a local’s house and thrashed them saying they were trying to scuttle his meditation. Pralhad Chaudhary, one of the injured said he had accused them of disrupting his meditation. Injured locals said they were given cetamol and tetanus injection after spending a sleepless night in pain. The injured arrived in Kalaiya today for treatment.
Locals have lodged a complaint at the local police station at Jaitapur against Bamjan demanding stern action and warned of protests. Namobuddha Tapoban Committee chairman Bed Bahadur Thing said Bamjan punished them for attempting to scuttle his meditation.
Posted on: 2011-12-04 07:41:02
It is totally unbelievable that such a person who has proven his love and kindness for more than six years in meditation would be capable of such a violent act. besides, what type of person would subject himself to such a treatment without defending himself from such cruelty from a twenty hear old? Lawrence A. Young, USA
Posted on: 2010-08-29 02:09:48
Please read the following article in response to world newspapers. It is really quite unpardonable that the world news, without much thought, would take the word of 17 armed aggressors over a Tapasvi who has fastidiously meditated for over 5 years and adheres to the Pancha Sila. http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-476289 Global Dervish, San Francisco, USA
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