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Attempting to deflect blame, Nepal Trust points to past governments as also complicit

A white paper issued by the Nepal Trust alludes to the alleged culpability of former prime ministers Dahal, Deuba and Bhattarai. Attempting to deflect blame, Nepal Trust points to past governments as also complicit
Among the Trust’s decisions that has attracted the most controversy is its leasing out of 14 aanas of land in Durbar Marg to Thamserku Trekking, a subsidiary of Yeti World, for Rs1.4 billion on April 18, 2017. Post File Photo
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Prithvi Man Shrestha
Published at : February 26, 2020
Updated at : February 26, 2020 10:36
Kathmandu

Prithvi Man Shrestha

Prithvi Man Shrestha is a political reporter for The Kathmandu Post, covering the governance-related issues including corruption and irregularities in the government machinery. Before joining The Kathmandu Post in 2009, he worked at nepalnews.com and Rising Nepal primarily covering the issues of political and economic affairs for three years.


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