Five Deputy Inspectors General of Police contesting for the post of Additional Inspector General of Police have retired from their post on Friday.
They had been competing for three vacant posts for Additional Inspector General of Police.
Uttam Kumar Karki, Pawan Prasad Kharel, Chhavi Lal Joshi, Gyan Bikram Shah and Sharad Chand retired due to the 30-year service rule. The DIGs joined the service as police inspectors on July 13, 1988.
However, the retired DIGs have expressed dissatisfaction over the government’s failure to carry out their appraisal process on time as they had to retire without promotion. The DIGs also complained that the government’s behaviour unfair towards them was unfair.
Meanwhile, a farewell programme was organised for the DIGs.