The Melting Point

Deported Nepali sex offenders: What’s going on?

Posted in Nepal News by Yerina on June 6, 2008

Bipin Jangam, 28, was deported to Kathmandu, Nepal by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), an immigration body of the U.S. government in 2006. Jangam, a student, drove from Minnesota to Wisconsin, more than five hours, with the intention to have sex with a 13-year-old girl he met on the Internet. An ICE officer posed as the girl. The officers also found marijuana on him.

A Google search of the name “Bipin Jangam”, shows a few articles written by a person with the same name on FES-Nepal‘s Web site, a German non-governmental organization; and a quote by someone with the same name on Spotlight, a weekly magazine based in Kathmandu. The article in Spotlight explores why many students are leaving Nepal to study abroad, and the article is titled, “Paradise Lost or Gained?”

I wonder what the Nepali government has done about him and other offenders such as, Deepak Bist, 22, when arrested, who was caught live on national television on NBC Dateline’s “To Catch A Predator”.  Bist is a chemistry teacher and lived in Florida.

Some years have passed and no one has paid attention to them in Nepal. Were they punished or have they continued with their sexual spree? Are there more lurking in our local neighborhoods? Who’s watching?

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  1. bishnu said, on July 14, 2008 at 3:13 pm

    The last I heard was that Bipin Jangam is working in Isreali Embassy. Nepal is a breeding ground for criminals how can someone with such henious history be working in an embassy.
    He has also been using the embassy name to exploit people and harass people.

  2. Mister Fahrenheit/Cocktailman said, on October 24, 2008 at 5:24 am

    I am Bharat Jangam, a well known literalistic [ersonalityt from Nepal, well how long this campagn is going to happen I do not know but as being a executive director of the organization, Jangam Pratisthan, I conclude that there are Five Bipin Jangam inside Nepal. You might be exploiting someones name or the particular Jangam here is, but your wordpress is on the verge of trouble IF THE NAME YOU QUOTED HERE IS DIFFERENT THAN YOUR IMAGINARY PERSONA..A ROUGHGROUND CRIMINAL. As an executive director I will issue an umbrella protocol under our organization to identify the persona and the related articles, and if not one of the articles published in your website is wrong or carries the misinterpretation of any of the member’s deformation of character, we will sue you at the Supreme court of Nepal under our legal advisory/s Mr. Krishna Bhandari (House of The attorneys) Anamnagar for the Habeus Writ against wordpress Agenda. We will ask for the DNA of the person, and analyze with your falsification of the Jangam propaganda.We will contact the U.S Embassy for further Information regarding the matter.

    Thanking you
    Mr. Bharat Mani Jangam
    President Executive Board
    Jangam Foundation
    Bhaktapur, Nepal

  3. yerinar said, on October 28, 2008 at 11:07 pm

    Mr. Jangam,

    You’ll be doing a great service to our Nepali society if you are able to identify the person I am talking about, and create an alert about this dangerous person.

    In the second paragrah, I have specifically written that this name appeared on certain web sites when I ran a search, but a definite identity.

    Thank you for reading.

  4. Mister Fahrenheit/Cocktailman said, on November 20, 2008 at 3:22 pm

    Believe Me or Not
    You Are getting Sued By Peoples Review.

    Ha ha ha
    Nice Playing Games

  5. D Gurung said, on June 5, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    The news happens to be correct regarding Bipin Jangam. This news was featured in ICE website with the photograph of this person scanned from his Nepali Passport and I personally viewed that page. The page has been now taken down, maybe too old of a story. The topic was thoroughly debated in too but the thread with the picture has disappeared from there as well. I am sure you could track this person down if you tried. In that process, you will be doing a good service to the nation by identifying an ex-con. If I come across the photograph in the internet, I will personally send that you.

  6. EtedImmenifem said, on December 29, 2010 at 7:55 pm


    I’ve been tuning into staying lurker for a long time now.
    I made a decision that I will get involved and communicate with the other folks here.
    I’m hoping to meet lots of wonderful folks and discover some very good stuff.

    I’m hoping this post did not get put in the wrong section. I aplogize if this is inappropriate.


    Personal Service Supervisor

  7. Jing Hu said, on January 1, 2011 at 8:25 am

    Hmm. I’m curretnly watching To CATCH A PREDATOR online. Deepak Bist knew about the show and yet still risked it. Dude should stayed home. I swear some people let their drives get the best of them. tsk tsk tsk. He was cute though. lol

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