Jankari Nepal – Ramesh Kharel – Wiki, Biography, Political Life, Income, Family, Lifestyle & More.
Ramesh Kharel (रामेश खरेल) is a Nepalese politician, belonging to the Rastriya Swatantra Party. Ramesh Kharel is also a former police officer of Nepal who is known for his honesty and fighting against corruption in the Nepal Police. He resigned from the post of DIG of Nepal Police and joined politics.
Ramesh Kharel – Biography, Relation, Family, Income & Many More.
|Full Name||Ramesh Prasad Kharel|
|Name in नेपाली||रमेशप्रसाद खरेल|
|Date of Birth||April 1964|
|Now live in||Kathmandu|
||Rastriya Swatantra Party|
Ramesh Kharel resigned from the post of DIG of Nepal Police and started his own political party called Nepal Sushasan Party and later he joined the Rastriya Swatantra Party of Nepal. For the first time, he contested the election of the House of Representatives from Kathmandu-1, but lost the election. After that, he is contesting for the second time in the Bara-2 by-election for the House of Representatives from the Rastriya Swatantra Party.
Ramesh Kharel served as the Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) in Pokhara, Kathmandu, and Birgunj. During his stint in Kathmandu, he cracked down on crime in the city, including controlling the gangs and the so-called “dons” of Kathmandu. He also presided over raids on dance clubs that were illegally working as brothels in Kathmandu. He had similarly cracked down on illegal prostitution during his earlier stint in Pokhara.
While in Birgunj in Parsa District, within the first 10 days of his transfer, it was reported that crime was down and the rife corruption within the police force had decreased significantly. The practice of collecting illegal tolls from those importing goods from India was also significantly cut. In April 2012, he was made Senior Superintendent of Police. In January 2014, Kharel was recalled to oversee the operations of the Kathmandu Metropolitan Police. Soon after he took office, he made the police officers under him take oath of honesty and hard work.
In February he arrested Tejendra Gurung, a notorious gangster. He also started cracking down on massage parlors, dance bars and cabin restaurants suspected of running prostitution and strip shows. In 2010 he jailed Raj Bahadur Singh, the son-in-law of the ex-King Gyanendra, and in 2011 fired subordinates for corruption. In 2010 Deepak Thapa wrote in Kantipur that Kharel was a “good cop”. Kharel resigned from the Nepal Police in April 2018. [Source Wikipedia]
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