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12 fake examinees from Nepal Army exams arrested

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KATHMANDU — Police have arrested 12 fake examinees attending the written examinations administered by the Public Service Commission for various positions in the Nepal Army from two exams centers on Saturday.

Eleven fake examinees were arrested from CIT College in Koteshwor where as one was arrested from Ratna Rajya Campus in Pradarshanimarg, according to Metropolitan Police Range, New Baneshwor.

The arrestees including four women and eight men were found to be taking the examinations for other candidates, said senior SP Bishwa Raj Pokharel at Metropolitan Police Range.

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The arrestees have been identified as Kabita Shrestha of Kathmandu, Janaki Majhi, Manisha Bista and Samip Rokaya of Kailali, Samjhana Magar of Dolakha, Gopal Dhakal of Bhojpur, Prakash Bhandari and Gautam Rana of Bardiya, Lochan Wagle of Kaski, Mohit Bhandari of Gulmi and Sudip Karki and Dibas Karki of Dolakha.

They were arrested in coordination with Nepal Army and Public Service Commission. They have been kept at Metropolitan Police Circle in Baneshwor for further investigation.

NA has claimed this was the first time fake examinees were arrested from exams conducted by it. The exam was conducted to fulfill the vacant private position in NA.

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Dahal stresses on prosperity





CHITWAN — Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) chairman and former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has stressed on development and prosperity of the nation.

Chairman Dahal argued to make the agro market modern and consumer friendly while inaugurating the Agriculture Promotion Market here on Sunday.

On another note, former PM Dahal said that Chitwan Metropolis City should be made exemplary in development after constructing the ring roads along the Narayani and Rapti rivers.

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Speaking in the same programme, CPN leader and former Finance Minister Surendra Pandey opined to develop at least one pocket area for one product to make the nation self reliance in food grains.

The market was constructed in the investment of 66 businesspersons. A total of Rs 140 million has been spent so far for the construction, according to Thir Prasad Dhital, managing director at the market.

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