It took the entire world by surprise when Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala after assuming prime ministerial role of Nepal listed just three ordinary mobile phone sets as his assets.
No wonder there is a big twist in Koirala’s bogus story.
The April 2, 2014 online edition of The Washington Post declared Sushil as the poorest world leader.
An interesting report published by Naya Patrika Daily, September 7, 2014, revels that PM Sushil also had 1.2 million rupees in cash but it was stolen by one of his aides from his bedroom some three months back. Very interesting!
The money was stolen from his private residence in Maharajgunj, Kathmandu after Sushil moved to the Prime Ministerial residence in Baluatar, reports Nayapatrika.
“Only few days before his departure to New York, PM Sushil knew the story. It was pocketed out by one of his “trusted” aides…”, revels the newspaper quoting sources at the Koirala residence and adds, “The money was kept in cash to be used at time of difficulties for Sushil Koirala.”
Critics opine, the important part of the story is not that the money was stolen from the bed room of a sitting prime minister but what is more than important is to know the source of the money that belonged to the so-called ‘world’s poorest prime minister’.
When his bed room has this much amount then let’s not talk of the money that he may have in his “locker”.
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