Myadi police training starts in Sindhupalchok

- Post Report, Kathmandu

Apr 27, 2017-

Forty-two-year-old Mina Giri, a mother of two, is happy to be selected as a Myadi police (temporary police) for the upcoming local level elections in Chautara of Sindupalchok district.

Giri, who was selected a week ago, came for the training in an open ground of Chautara after preparing and serving lunch to her husband and kids. Giri said she will invest the money earned as Myadi police for her children’s education.

According to LN Lama, one of the trainers, a total of 613 recruits are attending the training session that will last for eight days. Of them, 281 are female.  In the district alone, 912 people have been selected for the Myadi police.

Nepal police recruited 75,000 temporary police targeting the upcoming local level elections scheduled for May 14 and June 14.

Published: 27-04-2017 19:54

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