UML objects cop transfers, says decision ‘authoritarian’
Issuing a press release today, party secretary Bishnu Paudel strongly protested the transfers which he said have been done in an authoritarian manner and against the spirit of the election code-of-conduct. Paudel demanded that the decision be scrapped forthwith.
The present care-taker government which has announced a fresh election for the Constituent Assembly without political consensus and following due constitutional provisions has now blatantly violated the election code of conduct by taking this decision to transfer high police officials, the press release states. RSS
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