KATHMANDU—Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Gyawali has said the successful conclusion of the peace process and promulgation of a new inclusive Constitution has established Nepal’s good image in international arena.
At a tea reception hosted by CPN, Kathmandu Metropolis-28 Committee on the occasion of Dashain, Tihar, Nepal Sambat and Chhath at Anamnagar Tuesday, he said some of the countries have also started adopting Nepal’s experience in concluding the home-grown peace process.
The world community was attentively listening to the success of Nepal’s peace process and arrangements of the new Constitution in the 73rd United Nations General Assembly, he added.
He further shared the high-level delegation of the countries including South Sudan, Afghanistan and Myanmar had closely observed and studied Nepal’s peace process.
He said that the government has not been able to fulfill all aspirations of the people in a short span of time.
Official nabbed red-handed with bribe money
MAHOTTARI— A first class non-gazatted official working at Land Revenue Office in Mahottari was held red-handed along with Rs 10,000 in bribe money.
Nayab Subba Dhak Bahadur Karki was held by a team of the anti-graft body Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) on Saturday afternoon. He is charged of accepting bribe money from a service seeker while managing documents in regard to land.
The CIAA Office based in Bardibas said that Karki would be booked as per the Corruption Control Act.
It is said that Nayab Subba Karki was transferred to the Mahottari Land Revenue Office just some months ago.