INSEC welcomes the decision to withdraw the service and facilities of former government officials
The Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) has issued a press statement on March 23 and welcomed the step taken by the Prime Minister K.P Sharma Oli in the meeting held on March 21 with federal government and provincial ministers regarding the withdrawn of services and facilities to retired or present officials within seven days which are misused against the legal provision.
The press statement signed by the INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel stated that “Along with this directives, the Home Ministry has initiated the process of collecting estimation of misuse of vehicles by the retired or present officials along with the misuse of security personnel by higher level security staffs as a domestic helper”. The statement further said that if this directive is well- followed, at least 15,000 lower level security personnel will be able to serve the nation with freedom and dignity.
At the end of the statement, it wished that the country will move further by ending the trend of misusing state’s resources by amending laws in necessity.
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