Activities against public aspirations, police organisation not acceptable: Home Minister

KATHMANDU: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Rabi Lamichhane has opined that the activities against the public aspirations and organisational spirit of police will not be accepted at any cost.

Addressing the convocation ceremony of Nepal Police, Police Inspector Basic Training 1-182, today, DPM Lamichhane directed the police officials to follow the rule of law, supremacy of constitution and government’s policy and programme.

Minister Lamichhane drew attention to the organisation’s commitment to peace and security promotion, crime control and public service delivery to provide citizen-friendly services.

He argued that the newly inducted police officials should bear the responsibility of the organisation to meet the public aspirations in service delivery, corruption and crime control and keep the organisation intact and effective.

Inspector General of Police Basanta Bahadur Kunwar directed the officials to use the technology for carrying out factual and evidence-based investigations in accordance with the laws and scientific way by analysing the collected evidence and to adhere to the international standards of human rights.

On the occasion, awards were given to police inspectors Pawan Kumar Pariyar, Sagun Khadka, Ayush Dhungana and Gokul Kumar Dhanuk for their outstanding performance in various categories during the training session.



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