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Youths in Dhangadi unite to curb corruption

Himalayan News Service

Dhangadi, August 4

Around 150 youths of Dhangadi in Kailali came together to minimise irregularities and corruption in different offices.

A volunteer training was organised to mobilise the youths against the corruption at different offices in Dhangadi.

Global Study and Development Centre Nepal is offer the training to the youths for five days.

“We have extended out networks in all the district of the far-west,” said Secretary Dilli Bhatta of the centre. He said the trained youths would monitor every activity in public departments.

Inaugurating the training, Chief District Officer Govinda Raijal of Kailali said corruption and irregularities had increased due to lack of public supervision. “Corruption will automatically be minimised if youths are involved in the campaign,” he added. The CDO further added that many offices, here there was no access to the public, were involved in corruption.

Chairman Tej Prakash Upadhaya of the centre said trained youths would be deployed in all the districts of the region.

Kailali Police Chief SP Rajendra Bista said the police team would always be with the youths. SP Upadhaya informed that police would reach the community with ‘Police is Our Friend’ campaign. He added that they need help for the campaign.


A version of this article appears in print on August 05, 2016 of The Himalayan Times.


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