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PAC inquires ANFA officials regarding alleged anomalies


KATHMANDU: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Legislature-Parliament on Wednesday held a meeting with officials of All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) regarding alleged anomalies in the football-governing body.

Four office bearers of the ANFA had lodged complaints at the PAC accusing ANFA President Ganesh Thapa of embezzling funds.

ANFA Vice-presidents Karma Tsering Sherpa, Bijay Narayan Manandhar and Kishor Rai, along with member Pankaj Nembang, had lodged complaints against Thapa at the parliamentary body and the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority.

Thapa along with Secretary of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Dipendra Nath Sharma was present to answer queries of the lawmakers today.

On behalf of the complainers, Sherpa, Manandhar and Nemband were present at the meeting chaired by PAC chairman Janardan Sharma.

Earlier, the PAC had ordered the Ministry of Youth and Sports to submit the audit reports of the football association.

Meanwhile, the House committee formed to investigate into alleged poll rigging in the 2013 Constituent Assembly elections also held a meeting today.

The meeting presided over by lawmaker Laxman Lal Karna decided to hold a seminar on free, fair and credible election on August 30.

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