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Home Ministry Issues Comprehensive Directives to District Officials

March 21, 2024
District Officials Home Ministry

KATHMANDU, NEPAL – In a bid to enhance security, service delivery, and good governance, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has issued a detailed 21-point directive to all 77 district chief officers (CDOs).

The directive, announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Rabi Lamichhane, outlines key focus areas for CDOs:

  • Upholding Peace and Security: CDOs must take active measures to curb crime. This includes preparing a short-term action plan, pinpointing high-crime areas for increased patrols, and providing instructions to subordinate units.
  • Combating Cybercrime and Social Media Misuse: Officials are tasked with controlling unethical social media activity, including the spread of false information, hate speech, and content undermining national unity or individual privacy.
  • Financial Crime Control: CDOs must work to reduce financial crimes within their districts.
  • Enhancing Public Services: Measures include improved road safety, streamlined office management, efficient use of information technology for service delivery, effective complaint handling, and implementation of the right to information.

Focus on Coordinated Action

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The directives emphasize the importance of coordination between district police offices and administration offices for the effective implementation of these measures.

The success of this initiative will depend on how effectively CDOs and local agencies implement these directives. The public’s response is eagerly awaited as citizens anticipate improvements in safety, security, and the quality of government services.

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