Dipendra, wearing military uniform, murdered his worshipped father, King Birendra, his mom, sibling and sister and five different relatives before shooting himself, as indicated by authority discoveries.
The 31-year-old Eton-taught beneficiary to the throne was accepted to have been crazed with displeasure in the wake of being ceased by the ruler from wedding the lady he cherished.
Be that as it may, paranoid ideas keep on whirling in Nepal about the bloodbath, which brought on outpourings of crazy despondency in the ruined country where the lord was seen as the rebirth of the Hindu god Vishnu.
"The abnormal state (government) commission shaped to explore the slaughter just reported what happened and how it happened," said Vivek Kumar Shah, a previous military secretary at the illustrious castle.
"It didn't say why it happened," he included.
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The Nepalese royal butcher happened on 1 June 2001, at a house in the grounds of the Narayanhity Royal Palace, the then home of the Nepalese government.