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SPs and DSPs promoted; IGP Rana says efforts on to modernize Police


KATHMANDU: The Ministry of Home Affairs has promoted nine Superintendent of Police (SP) and 11 Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) on Friday. The Home Ministry made the promotion as per the recommendation of the Nepal Police Headquarters.

Those SPs, who got promotion today are Thakuram Bartola, Pushpa Chandra Ranjit, Gyan Bikram Shah, Sharad Chand, Dhiru Basnet, Shyam Khatri and Balram Sharma Poudel, among others.

Meanwhile, speaking at an interaction organized to evaluate effectiveness of crime investigation and the prosecution Inspector General of Police Kuber Singh Rana said that the efforts to modernize Nepal Police are going on, unabated, despite some challenges.

“It’s a fact that we failed to modernize our police force during the 10 year long armed insurgency. We have not achieved success even in our basic capacity enhancement front. It’s high time we work for overall improvements now,” he added.

Of the total 2500 units of police across the country, only 165 units are involved in crime investigation, while in terms of number, only 2,880 police personnel out of 67,181 are involved in the same.

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