Interpol issues Red Notice against Dhorpatan Municipality mayor Nepali


The International Criminal Police Organisation( Interpol) issued a red corner notice against Dhorpatan Mayor Dev Kumar Nepali on Friday.   Eight people, including Nepali, who's also the  president of Image Saving and Credit united, and his  woman Chhela Nepali, have been  indicted of embezzling  nearly Rs2 billion from depositors and banks.  

Nepal Police Headquarters issued the notice through the  transnational organisation. The  allocation of a red corner notice means police of 192 member countries of Interpol will be searching for the couple. 
An arrest  leave had been issued against the  indicted on June 7 of last time. still, the collaborative issued a notice on April 21, 2023 claiming that it had to be closed down due to a ‘ liquidity  extremity ’. The  indicted have been on the run since, police said.

Depositors had claimed that the  indicted were hiding in a foreign country and had demanded that a red corner notice be issued, said Deputy Superintendent of Police Madan KC.   A aggregate of 1,150 police complaints have been filed against the  indicted.

Acting on the same, government attorneys had filed a case of  systematized fraud at the  quarter court against Nepali.   Nepali has allegedly embezzled Rs1.6 billion from depositors. He also  lent Rs350 million from Global IME Bank, National Cooperatives Bank, and Garima Bikas Bank.

The Baglung District Court on July 21, 2023,  transferred Chitra Bahadur Bhandari, Naramati Budha, Shakti Kisan, Dor Bahadur Pariyar, and Anita Budhamagar to judicial  guardianship in connection with the case.

The arrestees have denied their involvement in the crime, as per the statements recorded by the police.   The Central Investigation Bureau( CIB) on Thursday arrested 27- time-old Laxmi Sen Sunar in connection with the case.

Sunar, who's the treasurer of the collaborative, was taken into  guardianship from Dhobighat, Lalitpur.   She has been transferred to the Baglung District Police Office for  farther  disquisition, said supervisor of Police Navaraj Adhikari, also the  prophet for CIB.