1,900 plaints at RCCC

Himalayan News Service

Kathmandu, April 12:

The Royal Commission for Corruption Control (RCCC) has so far taken up 300 cases out of the 1,900 complaints it has received. It has deputed its officials to carry out “preliminery investigation” into 70 complaints, RCCC spokesperson Prem Raj Karki said. He said a report in cases of Jamuna Krishna Tamrakar, executive director of Department of Forests (DoF) and Bhagiraj Ingnam, chief accountant at DoF, will be finalised by next week. They were grilled for ‘accepting’bribe. Ex-secretary Tika Dutta Niraula, has been summoned tomorrow for

“irregularities” in Melamchi Drinking Water Project.