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Traffic Police honors honest cabbies

02 March 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Kathmandu traffic police have honored 21 cabbies in the Kathmandu Valley for their honest and outstanding work amid a program here on Monday.

The honored drivers have returned valuable assets, cash and ornaments found during travels to its rightful owners, said Senior Superintendent of Police Bhim Prasad Dhakal, chief of the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division (MTPD), on the occasion.

“Honesty of the drivers has become a source of inspiration for others in the context when morality, humanity and discipline are weakening in the society. Drivers play an important role in maintaining road disciplines,” he said.

Similarly, Superintendent of Police Jiban Kumar Shrestha, the MTPD Spokesperson, emphasized cooperation between traffic police and drivers.

Of the awardees, Sigdel recently returned gold ornaments weighing 13 tola and a laptop he found during travel to its owner.

Of applications registered with the MTPD in the current fiscal year, 2076/77 so far asking for the recovery of 395 valuables lost during travelling, lost things worth over Rs 14 million have been handed to its rightful owners on the initiatives of traffic police, said Shrestha.

Publish Date : 02 March 2020 21:22 PM

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