Camp mourns khadka’s death, relative demands security (update)

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Sept 08: Kul Bahadur Khadka, brother of late KB Khadka, who is now in Colorado in USA, has urged the support of the UNHCR and other authorities concerned for the management of security to the bereaved family in camp.

Talking to BNS over telephone, Khadka also strongly demanded fast-track and fair probe about the death of his brother. “I fear about the safety of my relatives back in camps,” said Khadka, adding “The UNHCR including concerned authorities should help my remaining family members in camps to find a secured living.”

Recalling his last telephonic talks with late KB three days back, Khadka informed the BNS that his relatives in camps, including the wife of late KB, were finding hard even to respond his telephone calls due to mournful environment prevailing around.

Terming the incident as ‘organised plan,’ Khadka said that he is unknown about the reasons behind the murder. “My brother was a popular icon within the Bhutanese refugee community for his selfless social service,” Khadka added.

“I cannot explain how much I am mourning my brother’s death,” Khadka said, adding that the unexpected incident could be a ‘long term plan.’

Khadka also demanded strong punishment to the culprits.

According to Khadka, the dead body is now in Mangalbare for post-mortem.

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  1. I request with UNHCR and Nepal govt. immidiate search that killer and to give death penalty. I express heartfelt condolence to Khadka and bereaved family. I pray with for soul be in peace always.
    I request with concern Human Right Organization (UNHCR) and nepal govt. to provide our life safe and securtiy.

  2. we express our heartfelt condolence to Kul and bereaved family. We remember the services of late Khadka to our community…. His deeds are appreciated and examplery to all of us forever. We pray for his soul be in peace always…
    We request all the concern authorities to bring the killers under law and punish. Killing social activist is unhuman act and we believe god will never give the way to life to the killers
    by:Lachu Acharya

  3. He who has gone, so we but cherish his memory, abides with us, more potent, nay, more present than the living man.
    Hold tight to memories for comfort.
    Lean on your friends for strength, and always remember how much you are cared about.
    As you comprehend this profound loss, let yourself cry knowing each tear is a note of love rising to the heavens.
    Like a bird singing in the rain, let grateful memories survive in time of sorrow.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Peace, prayers and blessings.
    And you should always know, wherever you may go, No matter where you are, I will never be far away
    Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.
    In the night of death, hope sees a star, and listening love can hear the rustle of a wing.
    May you take comfort in knowing an angel is watching over you.
    Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow.
    You are in our prayers.
    May your memories give you strength.
    Whom the heart of man shuts out, Sometimes the heart of God takes in, And fences them all round about, With silence ‘mid the world’s loud din.
    Remember that we love and care about you.
    May the love of those around you help you through the days ahead.

  4. we uprety family would like to express our heartful condolences to late social activist K.B khadka and his bereaved families in camps and in the united state.we here by pray to the almighty god to give strength to withstand unexpected cruel and cowardic death and would expect that his soul will rest in peace in heaven.we also curse to the culprits that they would not take narrow escape from the hand of god and security forces and would be soon brought to the pheriphery of harsh punishment.we really appreciated his selfless service,melted heart,undiscriminated vision,equal treatment and fair judge in case of justice.we suposed that it was unbearable loss not only for the family but for all bhutanese refugees and social human right workers.we expect that his death would not discourage social workers but would give energy to end all kinds of inhuman activities .we hoped his deeds for the community would be praised and inherritated by others as an example and will remain in our hearts and memories ever and ever.