Sept 22: Security check-in have been established in Beldangi camp to check the entry of vehicles in view of increment in unruly activities.
Armed Police Force (APF) built entry gates at Beldangi I and II and started keeping active vigil on vehicles and motor bikes entering camps.
According to source at the APF, strangers need to obtain security pass to enter camps. This move by the police came at a time when refugees have expressed serious concern about the fragile security inside camps.
A week after the murder of social activist KB Khadka on September 8, a new group calling itself as ‘Druk Leopard’ scattered pamphlets in Beldangi and Sanischare camp warning some exiled Bhutanese and their leaders to vacate camps along with their family members or to face stern physical actions.
The culprits of Khada murder, however, are absconding and no individuals or group has owned up responsibility to the incident.
By Yadap Neopaney