Sunday, 26 June 2011

The corrupt leaders of the Nepal Police Force!



After the restoration of democracy in Nepal in 1990, nine officials have been appointed the Inspector General of Police in Nepal. Six of them have been found to have indulged in unlawful activities. This photo from Kantipur says the story.




THE ACCUSED

Bohara
•    Joined the Nepal Police in 1967 as Sub-inspector, headed the institution in capacity of the Chief for five years before retiring voluntarily in 1997
•    Accused of amassing Rs. 23.8 million worth of property—including land and housing in Kailali, Parsa, Kathmandu, Chitwan and other districts.

Kharel 
•    Removed from his post a number of times between 1996 and 1998 by then Home Minister Bam Dev Gautam. Following a lengthy tussle, was reappointed IGP in December 1996 for four-year tenure.
•    Believed to have siphoned off Rs. 16.3 million.

Pradeep Samsher
•    Replaced Kharel on the job
•    Acquired Rs. 37.7 million.
Om Bikram Rana,

Hem Bahadur Gurung, Ramesh Chand Thakuri, Om Bikram Rana
•    Involved in the Sudan scam
•    Accused of misappropriating Rs. 290 million in purchasing Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs) and otherlogistics worth Rs. 400 million for the Nepali peace-keeping mission in Sudan.

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