Kathmandu: Three of the four people who were found murdered last night in Gairigaon, Tinkune, Kathmandu belonged to the same family.
Those killed inside the Dibya Sawmill are Kumar Bhujel, 56, of Dolakha and currently working as a gatekeeper in the sawmill, his wife Ambika Bhujel, 52, Kumar’s mother, Shubhadra Bhujel,76, and Nabin Rai, age 20, originally from Belbari in Morang, according to Spokesperson of Kathmandu Valley Police Office, Senior Superintendent of Police Dineshraj Mainali.
The bodies were found with injuries from sharp weapon on different parts of their bodies including the head.
The bodies have been sent to the TU teaching hospital in Maharajganj for post-mortem while further investigation into the incident continues, said SSP Mainali.
The Dibya Sawmill is owned and operated by Balkrishna Siwakoti, a resident of Kalinchok Rural Municipality-8, Dolakha, and currently living in Guashala, Kathmandu.