Chitwan, April 26
New chief of Nepal Police, IGP Sarbendra Khanal, says he will throw away all ‘bugs’ of his organisation and the mission has already started.
By ‘bugs’, he meant officials and personnel who tainted the image of national police organisation.
Khanal’s statement follows recent reports about involvement of senior police officials in disappearance of 33.5 kg gold confiscated from smugglers.
The top cop said he would reward staff if they worked hard but punish when they failed.
Speaking with journalists as he inspected the Chitwan District Police Office today, Khanal said he would carry out investigations and control crime in such a way that people could feel it.
“People have already realised some of our jobs,” he said, “Now, the priority is crime control.”
In another context, Khanal said the Ministry of Home Affairs was preparing a plan about the management of provincial police organisation.
Published on April 26th, Thursday, 2018 4:08 PM
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