Kathmandu | May 16 : Nepali Congress General Minister Gagan Thapa has said that no level, position or organizational structure of the party can be misused to protect anyone involved in the case of fake Bhutanese refugees. He claimed that the party is not only dealing with the refugee case, but the person who is under investigation due to any corruption will be automatically suspended from the party and will not remain in charge of the party until proven innocent.
General Minister Thapa has said that the party should take the lead in not only the case of fake Bhutanese refugees, but in all forms of corruption, and punish the guilty by impartially investigating and investigating them and maintaining good governance. "In the case of fake Bhutanese refugees, Congress and any member affiliated with this party will help the investigation process. If the accused person is innocent, he will be acquitted. If he has committed a crime, he must be punished according to the law. As long as the investigation is done, the suspension is natural and the friends of the party should understand accordingly,' General Minister Thapa wrote, 'The work of misinterpreting, generalizing and abusing any level, position or organizational structure of the party in the name of tradition should be stopped immediately. '
He said that no matter how many times you wipe the mirror after getting a stain on your face, it will not remove the stain on your face. After getting a stain on the face, no matter how many times you wipe the mirror, the stain on the face will not be removed, you have to wipe the stain on the face itself. For that, the time has come for every member of the party to realize the inevitability of purification within the party. Good governance and morality are the cornerstones of building a prosperous Nepal. Therefore, I request all the friends of the party to stand firmly in his favor and raise their voice against corruption and misrule from where they are, within and outside the party, to pressure and warn them.
Source: Tweet from Gagan Thapa