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Notice from Nepal Police Headquarters Regarding Absentee Police Personnel

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Nepal Police Notice

Notice from Nepal Police Headquarters Regarding Absentee Police Personnel

The Nepal Police Headquarters, located in Naxal, under the auspices of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of Nepal, has issued an important notice to its police personnel who have been absent from their duties without formal leave. This announcement is a final call for the officers to present themselves and justify their absence.

Critical Points of the Notice:

  • Absence Concern: The identified police personnel have not reported to their respective offices since the dates mentioned, and have failed to communicate with the office despite previous attempts to reach them.
  • Regulatory Basis: The action is taken per Rule 115 of the Police Regulations, 2071, which outlines the procedure for handling unexplained absences of police personnel.
  • Final Opportunity for Explanation: The absent personnel are urged to provide a satisfactory explanation for their absence within seven days from the publication date of this notice, failing which they will face disciplinary action.
  • Consequences of Non-Compliance: According to sub-rule (1) of Rule 113 of the Police Regulations, 2071, failure to respond to this notice will lead to removal from service as outlined in part 4 of Schedule 14 of the Police Regulation, 2071.

Action Required:

  • Immediate Response Needed: The personnel in question must present themselves to the issuing office or the Nepal Police Headquarters with a valid reason for their absence.
  • Deadline for Compliance: The deadline for explaining is strictly within seven days following the publication of this notice, after which the disciplinary process will proceed.

Publication Details:

  • Notice Issued Date: The notice was published on 2080/12/13, marking the start of the seven days for the affected personnel to come forward.

Notice Nepal Police

Nepal Police (Nepal Prahari)

Naxal, Kathmandu

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