Kathmandu, September 12 Secretariat of Promotion Committee under the Ministry of Home Affairs has published the names of three deputy inspectors general who were recommended for promotion to the post of additional inspector general as per the Police Regulations. A three-member committee led by Home Secretary Prem Kumar Rai had taken a decision to this effect following its meeting held in Singha Durbar yesterday. The committee includes a secretary at the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers and inspector general of police as member and member-secretary respectively. The DIGs recommended for promotion to AIGs are Pushkar Karki, Thule Rai and Dhiru Basnyat. All of them are from the 1989 batch and had joined Nepal Police as inspector along with IGP Sarbendra Khanal. The home ministry will have to submit the promotion list to the Council of Ministers for approval in accordance with the recommendation of the committee. As per the regulations, any police employee not satisfied with the decision of the promotion committee may lodge a complaint with a three-member Complaint Hearing Committee led by chairperson of Public Service Commission within seven days. The CHC has chief secretary and secretary at the Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs as its members. The CHC shall give its decision on the complaint within 15 days. Recently, the Cabinet reduced the postings of AIGs to three from 15 ‘to develop Nepal Police in line with the federal set-up’. The recommendation for the promotion of DIGs will pave the way for the promotion of SSPs.