Six Arrested For Chartering Helicopter And Been Beaten

Jan 24, Kathmandu- The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal has stopped the flight of Prabhu Air's helicopter.

Captain Ranesh Dangol was beaten up when a helicopter landed without permission on January 19 while the game was going on at Walling playground in Syangja. While Cameron and Walling were playing red, in the 40th minute of the game, a helicopter from Prabhu Air suddenly landed on the field. The Aviation Authority has stopped all six helicopters of Prabhu Air serving from Pokhara for investigation.

According to sources, Prabhu Air has been asked for a written explanation about how the incident happened and whose fault it is, and until the truth is known, the helicopter has been stopped from operating. It is said that it is not seen that the flight should only take off and land after obtaining permission from the airport and local administration and guaranteeing peace and security. Similarly, Captain Ranesh Dangol, who was beaten up while landing the helicopter, has registered a case at Ward Police Office Walling demanding action against those who chartered and beat him up.

Dangol has filed a crime and indecent behavior case against air flight security and demanded action. With the captain's complaint, the police arrested Binod Gaire, Sushil Giri, Khim Bahadur Thapa, Ujjwal Thapa, who chartered the helicopter, and Bishnu Gurung and Suresh Shrestha, who beat them. Information Officer Police Inspector Padam Thapa said that the six arrested persons have been further investigated and more will be arrested after they are identified in the video.