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Disgruntled SSPs file writ against govt for promoting junior officers


KATHMANDU:
Alleging the government decision of promoting five Senior Superintendents of Police (SSP) to Deputy Inspector of General (DIG) was against the police regulation and the law of the land, six SSPs, who couldn’t make to the post, have filed a writ petition against the government today at the Supreme Court.
The cabinet meeting on December 19 had promoted 5 SSPs to the post of DIG on the basis of performance. The writ was filed by SSP Tara Prashad Lamichhance, Rabi Pratap Rana, Purna Singh Khadka, Manohar Prasad Rimal, Ram Kumar Khanal, Gyanod Raj Baidhya and Tara Prasad Lamichhane demanding the Supreme Court to scrap the government’s decision.

The petitioner has argued that the promotion was against Police Regulations (rule 21 and 24), the Supreme Court verdict and the Interim Constitution (articles 12, 13 and 27) and demanded a certiorari order and withholding of the promotion process until the case was finalized.

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