Federating Nepal Police structure discussed

Kathmandu, July 24

The Ministry of Home Affairs has started discussion on bringing the Nepal Police to the federal structure. At the ministry today, Home Minister Janardan Sharma held collective discussion with senior officials of Nepal Police including Deputy Inspectors General on federal structure.

The home minister sought suggestions on structure of the organisation, scientific performance appraisal and impartial promotion and transfer process from senior police officials.

He directed the police headquarters to come up with an action plan showcasing the status and need of resources, means and human power while bringing the police organisation into the federal structure. Additional Inspector General of Nepal Police Dinesh Chandra Pokharel said the arrangement should be made to offer pension to police staffers only after reaching 60.

DIGS providing suggestions to the minister in this regard were Bam Bahadur Bhandari, Bijaya Lal Kayastha, Ganesh KC, Ramesh Kumar Bhattarai, Rinendra Deuja, Kedar Man Singh Bhandari, Rajib Subba, Mingmar Lama, Pankaj Shrestha, Madhav Joshi, Bijaya Raj Bhatta, Rana Bahadur Chand, Kamal Singh Bam and Pashupati Upadhyay.

Also present on the occasion were Home Secretary Lokdarshan Regmi and IGP Prakash Aryal.