HOW AND WHO KILL KING BIRENDRA?

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The Nepalese regal slaughter happened on 1 June 2001, at a house in the grounds of the Narayanhity Royal Palace, the then living arrangement of the Nepalese government. It is trusted that the beneficiary to the position of authority, Prince Dipendra, executed nine individuals from his family and himself. The dead included King Birendra of Nepal and Queen Aishwarya. Sovereign Dipendra got to be by law King of Nepal upon his dad's passing and kicked the bucket in clinic three days after the slaughter without recuperating from a state of insensibility.
That's it for this point. That person Lumteree is in prison. So now we trust the crooks more than a non offenders? That is the thing that I gained from the last CA race. With the goal that we introduced the Maoist Criminals to lead our nation even in the wake of realizing that they executed 13,000 of our own siblings and sisters. This is the thing that the Nepalese state of mind and mindset is? On the off chance that you think any one close to what report has said done the wrongdoing why all of you who trust that other individuals has hand on killings, ask your legislature the criminal Maoist to shape a legal advisory group for new examination. Lets say on the off chance that it is demonstrated after examination that the underlying report is right all things considered are we as a whole Nepalese can introduce the Ex King Gyanendra to the position of authority. I don't think so then all things considered gives only a chance to overlook and keep very.
Don't we have any imaginative supposing close to this? Why are we squandering our significant time for non issues? I think our nation is confronting complete disappointment of the govt and numerous individuals have hand to mouth issue, fuel deficiency and all sort of lack and issues. So why don't we as a whole concentrate on the present issues and talk about them? rendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, (conceived December 28, 1945, Kathmandu, Nepal—passed on June 1, 2001, Kathmandu) lord of Nepal from 1972 to 2001, tenth in the line of rulers in the Shah Dev family.
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Child of the crown ruler (later, from 1955, lord) Mahendra, Birendra was instructed at St. Joseph's College (Darjeeling, India), Eton College (England), Tokyo University (1967), and Harvard University (1967–68) and ventured out widely before consenting to the honored position on his dad's demise on January 31, 1972. (He was delegated on February 24, 1975.) Birendra proceeded with the imperious custom of his dad, who had broken up the chosen parliament in 1960 and banned political gatherings in the constitution of 1962; without a doubt, for a period, Birendra was one of the world's few staying total rulers. He figured out how to keep up Nepal's freedom in spite of infringing impacts by India, China, and the Soviet Union. Amid his rule Nepal was opened up to broad tourism.
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