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Police adjustment process will be forwarded soon: Home Ministry


28 January 2024  

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KATHMANDU: The stakeholders have discussed the ideas to take forward police personnel adjustment process at the earliest possible.

The issue was discussed at a meeting held at Singha Durbar in Kathmandu today, which was attended by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Narayan Kaji Shrestha and provinces’ internal affairs ministers.

Narayan Prasad Bhattarai, Spokesperson at the Ministry of Home Affairs, shared that the meeting has decided to augment collaboration and cooperation between the federal Ministry for Home Affairs and concerned security related provincial ministries.

Drawing the conclusion to further maintain law and order in the country, the meeting decided to update the Police Adjustment Act and Nepal Police and Provincial Police (Operation, Supervision and Coordination) in the timely manner and accelerate formulation of Nepal Police Act, Local Administration Act that are important for maintaining law and order, said Spokesperson Bhattarai.

Today’s decision would be presented to the National Coordination Council presided over by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ on January 31, informed Bhattarai.

Bagmati Province’s Minister for Internal Affairs and Law Ganga Narayan Shrestha expressed his displeasure to the pending adjustment of police personnel that is taking long time despite the fact that Acts related police adjustment and operation, supervision and coordination among the provincial police organization were issued in 2073 BS.

Minister Shrestha, however, demonstrated his confidence that the upcoming meeting of the Council would finalize the adjustment process.

Publish Date : 28 January 2024 20:41 PM

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