In 2015, Renaud Meyssonier left France to travel to Asia. A few months into his trip, he was arrested for using counterfeit money at the border of India and Nepal. He was consequently sentenced to one year in prison. Renaud was sent to the small Bhairahawa prison south of Nepal, where he stayed for one month before being transferred to Katmandou.

According to the Prisons Act , the goal of work for prisoners should never be to make a profit

Many were playing dice games with the money they had received that morning

The “taxes” are higher than at Bhairahawa where 30 Rupees per day were held back.

The exploitation of Man by Man does not stop at the door of prisons, it begins there...