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Cabinet forms panel to recommend name for NRB Governor

- RSS, KATHMANDU
Cabinet forms panel to recommend name for NRB Governor

Feb 24, 2015-

The government has promoted Nepal Army (NA) Major General Rajendra Chhetri to the post of Lieutenant General.

A Cabinet meeting on Tuesday decided to promote Chhetri to the post, said government spokesperson Minendra Rijal.

Similarly, the meeting promoted Yogendra Bahadur Khand to the post of NA Major General (technical) and deputed him to the Development Construction and Sthapati Directorate and Kamal Singh Pradhan to Brigadier General.

The government wished for a speedy recovery of Chancellor of the Nepal Music and Drama Academy and music composer of the national anthem, Amber Gurung. The government also decided to bear all his treatment expenses.

Likewise, the Cabinet formed a three-member committee headed by Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat comprising former Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) Himalaya Shumsher JB Rana and economist Parthibeshwor Timilsina for recommending a name for appointment to the post of NRB Governor.

It also appointed lawyer Durga Bahadur Aryal, Bal Bahadur Rai and Bijay Aryal the members of the Nepal Law Reform Commission. Similarly, Surendra Poudel has been appointed General Manager of the Udaypur Cement Ltd and Anjana Tamrakar as General Manager of the National Productivity and Economic Development Centre.

The government has appointed Rajesh Agrawal to the post of Executive Director of the Committee for Open University Infrastructure Development.

Likewise, Ram Chandra Prasad Koiri and Nijamuddhin Ansari have been appointed as Vice-president and member respectively of the Backward Community Development Committee. The meeting also appointed members at the National Dalit Commission.

Similarly, the government has appointed Kashiraj Dahal to the post of chairman of High-level Administration Reform Suggestions Implementation Monitoring Committee.

Published: 24-02-2015 16:56

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