IGP Aryal pledges to ensure peace, security

Pokhara, February 11

Inspector General of Nepal Police Prakash Aryal pledged that the police force would ensure peace and security across the country.

Inaugurating the newly built police office of Province 4 in Pokhara today, IGP Aryal claimed that they would leave no stone unturned in implementing the law of the country provisioned in the new constitution. “The prolonged political transition of the country must end,” said Aryal and added that action would be taken against anybody not abiding by the law. “Nepal Police doesn’t compromise with any foul play, including the prestige of a woman,” said IGP Aryal hinting at a gang-rape incident at Durbarmarg a few days ago.

IGP Aryal said if infrastructure of the police administration was developed in the pace at present, it might take around 100 years to develop. “Even today, some of the police units are operating from makeshift tents and huts. Hence, the government must give high priority to development of infrastructure,” argued IGP Aryal.

The three-storeyed building was constructed at a cost of Rs 4.7 million.