Nepali Army sacks Brigadier General, Colonel for defying chain of command

The Nepali Army on Wednesday sacked two of its high-ranking officers for an offence related to discipline, chain-of-command and military conduct

Jul 02, 2020
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The Nepali Army on Wednesday sacked two of its high-ranking officers for an offence related to discipline, chain-of-command and military conduct.

Brigadier General Surendra Singh Rawal and Colonel Anil Khadka were relieved of duty on being found guilty for going against the military chain-of-command.

Nepali Army’s Summary General Court upon investigation found the personnel guilty of knowingly defying written order from their immediate commander and thereby recommended action based on Military Act, 2063.

In a press release issued today, the military organisation said that it maintains its zero tolerance policy against anti-disciplinary activities for maintaining and furthering institutional strength.

https://thehimalayantimes.com/nepal/nepali-army-sacks-brigadier-general-colonel-for-defying-chain-of-command/

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