At the time when Bhutanese authority has suspected the abduction of a taxi driver from Gelephu by an exiled armed group, the Bhutan United Socialist Democratic Party (BUSDP) refuted the allegations in a press release, Sunday.
In counter to a news story carried by the Bhutan News Service, BUSDP said the allegation clamped was totally baseless.
The press statement issued by the name alias Puskar said, “As far as possible it is not our intention to cause harm to individuals that also like taxi driver who hardly manage their end meals. Therefore, we condemn such activities’’.
The press release further clarified, “BUSDP is also trying to find out on its part as who is behind the irresponsible incidence. Also we humbly request through this press release the group responsible for kidnapping and causing pain and agony to the families to release him without any harm and financial burden immediately.”
BUSDP has earlier claimed the explosion in Nichula and Gelephu as a part of their ongoing armed revolution in Bhutan.