Rukum, 17 October 2014: Chairperson of National Dalit Commission Man Bahadur Nepali has urged everyone to come together in ending the existing disparity to build a welfare nation.
Addressing the programme organised by Nepal Police in its premises in Rukum to mark 59th Police Day, Chairman Nepali opined that it is the responsibility not only of the stakeholders but of the citizens as well to build a state with equality for all.
He was also of the opinion a welfare state would not be realized unless the disparity and prejudices were ended right from the governmental agencies, political parties and among their activists.
On the occasion, District Court judge Hemant Rawal expressed that the Nepal Police should continue to work with a focus on maintaining law and order and security of the citizens.
He stated that unless a sense of security prevails among the citizens in the country, harmony between the citizen and the police cannot be attained. “Nepal police should take consideration into it,” he said.
Three police persons- the Sub-inspector of Police Keshab Singh Bohora, Police constable Surya Bahadur Shahi and another constable Krishna Bahadur Nepali were awarded with cash prizes for their best performance in the previous year.