Kathmandu, March 21
The government’s nominee to lead the Nepali mission in Oman, Sharmila Parajuly, says she is not involved in the business of recruiting Nepalis to go work abroad.
Parajuly, who was speaking at Parliament’s Special Hearing Committee, said the Department of Foreign Employment has issued a letter saying that the agency the media claimed to be her’s was not her’s.
“I requested the department to issue me a letter saying that the said manpower agency was not mine, This is what they have issued,” Parajuly said presenting the document to the MPs.
She claimed that she was an academic, and was saddened to read reports about her ‘involvement’ in the recruiting business.