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Police tend to make public suspects too quickly and that’s wrong, experts say

The practice came to light once again when four people were paraded without ascertaining what they possessed was actually uranium, a material used for making nuclear bombs. Police tend to make public suspects too quickly and that’s wrong, experts say
According to lawyers, making information and photos of suspects public through the media without a court finding them guilty is violation of people’s right to privacy. File Photo Courtesy: Nepal Police
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Shuvam Dhungana
Published at : March 22, 2021
Updated at : March 22, 2021 07:34
Kathmandu

Shuvam Dhungana

Shuvam Dhungana is a crime reporter for The Kathmandu Post. He previously worked for The Himalayan Times and Republica.


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