Chitwan, Aug. 2 -- A written agreement has been drafted to provide Rs 1 million as relief to the family of Raj Kumar Chepang, who died on July 22 from what is believed to be the injuries inflicted by Army personnel after he was caught inside Chitwan National Park.

In a meeting that was held in the District Administration Office on Friday evening, the park agreed to provide Rs 700,000 and the Rapti Municipal Office agreed to provide Rs 300,000 to the bereaved family.

On Saturday, Bishnulal Chepang, Raj Kumar's father, received the body of his son in Kathmandu.

However, the agreement letter does not mention any specific date for the family to receive the relief. "I was not sure whether to go receive the body or not. But I am going to tak...