04 JUNE 2014, KATHMANDU, NEPAL – Nepal the country where political parties are busy fulfilling their own interest and almost all government employee are alleged with corruption and taking bribe for several cases, It may be an inappropriate way that SSP Kharel has spoken openly about the bribery and misleading to get promotion.
The probe committee led by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Bigyan Sharma has found Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Ramesh Kharel guilty of breaking the chain of command by speaking against his seniors and has recommended for his transfer from his current position as the chief of Kathmandu Metropolitan Police Range.
According to sources, the committee’s report mentions that SSP Kharel had made accusatory remarks against his seniors in a fit of emotional outburst and it was against the spirit of a police officer.
High-level police officials, including Inspector General of Police Upendra Kanta Aryal, refused to comment on the report submitted by the committee on Tuesday, citing the report will be made public in a few days.
On May 24, SSP Kharel had accused that some DIGs were approaching “power centres with briefcase” to secure their promotion to Assistant Inspector General during a public function organised at the Nepal Police Club. He was recalled to the police headquarters in the wake of the incident.
Although Nepal Police had decided to transfer SSP Kharel, the decision was stayed by the Election Commission, arguing that transferring a police chief before the Constituent Assembly by-election would violate the election code of conduct.
SSP Kharel declined to comment on the committee’s report and said he was currently on a month-long leave which started on Tuesday.
It may be not the better way that Mr. Kharel should only be complaining about the system rather he could have collect the viable proof against those he has alledged and present to the authority in an official way, so his agenda could have been tiggred nationawide support.