Almost 6k personnel quit Nepal Police in four years
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Almost 6k personnel quit Nepal Police in four years

Kathmandu, Sep 11: As many as 5,916 personnel have quit Nepal Police over a period of four years, according to the media reports here.

Deputy Inspector General Nawa Raj Silwal dissatisfied with the government’s decision to appoint DIG Prakash Aryal as the inspector general of police put in papers on October 7 last year. DIG Shila Kansakar quit the service on December 7 last year, citing ‘private reasons’.

Similarly, DIG Ramesh Prasad Kharel announced his resignation on April 11 after the government appointed DIG Sarbendra Khanal as the IGP. He publicly said the government’s decision had hurt his dignity and pride. (UNI)