KATHMANDU: Few months after the appointment of Lokman Singh Karki as the chair of the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), the anti-graft watch-dog has started acting tough against corruption and corrupt persons.
The Commission has initiated investigations into the property of 200 high-ranking government officials including Inspector General of Armed Police Force Kosh Raj Onta.
Along with Onta, SSP Shyam Kaji Kunwar, SSP Chirinjivi Adhikari, SSP Shyam Kaji Kunwar and Gopal Man Shrestha have come under the CIAA scanner.
Likewise, the anti-graft body has brought Nepal Police DIG Pratap Singh Thapa, Ramesh Bikram Shah, SSP Sanjaya Singh Basnet and DSP Hira Bahadur Giri under its investigation. The CIAA informed that bank lockers of the officials under investigations have been closed.
The newly appointed CIAA chief vowed to take strong action against persons involved in corruption. The CIAA initiated action against senior officials of Armed Police Force; Nepal Police; Nepal Telecom; Energy Ministry; Foreign Employment Department; Nepal Oil Corporation; CTEVT; Home Ministry; Transport Management Office; Department of Survey; Tribhuvan International Airport; Revenue Administration and Debt Recovery Tribunal among others.
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