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Govt transfers six secretaries including Ministry of Drinking Water’s Thakur

 

Kathmandu, February 20

The government has assigned new work stations to six secretaries, including the Ministry of Drinking Water Secretary Gajendra Thakur, who accused his minister Bina Magar of forcing him to pass a decision that would cost the country billions.

Of the six secretaries who have been assigned new responsibilities, two was given new roles after being promoted. Joint Secretary Krishna Prasad Devkota, who was working at the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation, has been promoted and transferred to the Ministry of Youth and Sports. Joint Secretary Surya Gautam has been promoted and assigned to work at the Financial Comptroller General’s Office.

Secretary Mohan Krishna Sapkota has been transferred from the Ministry of Youth and Sports to the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation. Thakur has been assigned to work at the Nepal Trust Office, which looks after the Narayan Hiti Palace and property owned by the former royal family.

The government has replaced Thakur with Dipendra Nath Sharma, who was stationed at the Prime Minister’s Office. The Nepal Trust position had been vacant.
Thakura has said he was transferred after he refused to give in to Minister Magar’s pressure to pay up Rs 3 billion in compensation to Melamchi project contractor CMC and also release its equipment worth Rs 4.5 billion seized by the ministry.

Similarly, Reshmi Raj Pandey, who was stationed at the Prime Minister’s Office, has been assigned to work at the Ministry of Defence. Bishnu Prasad Lamsal, who was working at the Ministry of Defence, has been transferred to the Prime Minister’s Office.



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