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Warning to potential visitors
by This website | Mar 20, 2015
If you planned to go to Nepal to visit Mr Ramlal Bomjon be extremely cautious, make sure your friends, family, even embassy knows where you are and when you plan to come back.
Warning if you go to Nepal to visit Mr Ramlal Bomjon
The announcement of a puja the 25th of March, to be held in Sindhupalchowk, without the presence of Mr Ramlal Bomjon, may be a high risk to visitors and particularly to journalists.
The repeated incidents of violence, detention, attack against the press, violence against devotees, creates a risk for anyone trying to go there. This will remain a high risk as long as no clear measures and no clear reassurances emerge from Mr Ramlal Bomjon and his highly unreliable entourage, which has shown time and again in the past how they can threaten man and women alike, the press or even devotees, break the law and use violence and threats against them.
Since the beginning of his renunciation (tapasya) and start of meditation that was supposed to last 6 years, Ramlal Bomjon and his entourage have been involved in over 15 cases of violence, the last recorded one in September last year.
We have been asking over and over again that he himself and his management take a clear position as to prevent that these acts of violence happen again, so far nothing has been done on their side. The people involved in those acts of violence are still part of the closest entourage of Mr Ramlal Bomjon.
We therefore wish to warn everyone of using extreme caution if they are planning to go there. Get in touch with your embassy in Katmandu, register there, make sure people are informed of your dates of departure and when you are expected back. That they are able to reach you by mobile phone or otherwise.