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Bagmati province government fails to do enough works in lack of adjustment of police

23 March 2021  

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HETAUDA: Chief Minister of Bagmati Province, Dormani Poudel, has said that the Bagmati province government has not been able to carry out enough works to meet the needs of police organization due to the ‘incomplete’ adjustment of police.

Chief Minister Poudel said so while addressing the workshop on ‘Work Execution Review and Upcoming Strategy Determination’ jointly organized by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Law of Bagmati province and Bagmati Province Police Office, today.

He added that the construction of 46 buildings along with the provincial police headquarters was completed with the support of the Bagmati province government during the last fiscal year and 21 buildings are under construction in the current fiscal year.

The Chief Minister mentioned that the provincial government would not leave any stone unturned for the development of police organization and its structure.

Similarly, Chief of Bagmati Province Police Office, Deputy Inspector General, Basanta Kumar Lama, shared that he has become successful to make activities of police more effective due to work execution seminar held in the month of June 2020.

Publish Date : 23 March 2021 19:23 PM

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