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Probe panel to investigate cooperative fraud case to hold second meeting on Friday

06 June 2024  

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KATHMANDU: The parliamentary probe committee established to investigate the cooperative fraud case is scheduled to hold its second meeting on Friday.

Following its formation, the committee held its first meeting on Wednesday.

The next meeting is scheduled for 3 PM on Friday at Singha Durbar.

During the first meeting, the committee discussed its work plan, which will guide the investigation, according to lawmaker and committee member Badri Pandey.

The draft of the work plan is expected to be unveiled at the upcoming meeting.

The government established the “Parliamentary Investigation Special Committee” after sustained pressure from the opposition alliance led by the main opposition party, Nepali Congress (NC).

The committee, led by CPN-UML lawmaker Surya Bahadur Thapa Chhetri, has temporarily set up its office within the Parliament Secretariat.

Formed on May 28, the seven-member parliamentary committee aims to investigate the cooperative scam.

The committee comprises two representatives each from NC and UML, and one representative each from the CPN-Maoist Center, Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP), and the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP).

The members of the probe committee include Badri Prasad Pandey and Ishwari Devi Neupane from NC, Sarita Bhushal from CPN-UML, Lekh Nath Dahal from the Maoist Center, Shishir Khanal from RSP, and Dhruba Bahadur Pradhan from RPP.

Publish Date : 06 June 2024 17:09 PM

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