Kathmandu, April 13
Pushpa Ram KC has been appointed the chief of the Armed Police Force (APF). A cabinet meeting held on Wednesday morning made the decision, informs a minister.
The position was vacant with the retirement of incumbent Shailendra Khanal on Monday this week after completing the four-year term.
Following that, Pushpa Ram KC and Ram Sharan Paudel were vying for the position. Based on seniority, the cabinet picked KC.
KC, however, will lead the security agency just for 21 days as he is due to retire in the first week of May because of the age limit.
After that, the government will have to find KC’s successor.