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A citizen card issue led to the arrest of the owner of Nepal’s biggest media organization

  • Kailash Sirohiya will appear before a judge in a district court located in south Nepal.
  • The company runs online news sites, journals, radio and television stations, newspapers, and magazines.
  • Fake citizenship certificates have been known to be made by several persons in the past.

Due to a problem with his citizenship card, the owner of the biggest news organization in Nepal has been placed under arrest on suspicion of breaking the country’s citizenship laws.

On Wednesday, Kailash Sirohiya, who is the subject of a complaint filed against him, will appear before a judge in a district court located in south Nepal.

A citizen card

He was taken into custody on Tuesday at the Kantipur Publications offices in Kathmandu. The company runs online news sites, journals, radio and television stations, newspapers, and magazines.

Sirohiya has refuted any misconduct and charged Home Minister Rabi Lamichhane with attempting to exact revenge on the publication of articles concerning the minister’s purported financial issues.

Because of the purported anomalies, opposition political groups have protested against Lamichhane and called for his resignation. According to the police, Sirohiya’s citizenship card is identical to someone else’s, which is against the nation’s citizenship regulations.

All adults in Nepal are granted national citizenship cards, which are the primary form of identification used by citizens, including while transacting. Fake citizenship certificates have been known to be made by several persons in the past, mostly in the southern part of Nepal that borders India.

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