GORKHA, Oct 22: Former Prime Minister and Coordinator of Naya Shakti Nepal, Baburam Bhattarai on Saturday said that the suspended Chief of Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), Lokman Singh Karki is similar to a stray bull.
Speaking at a press meet organized here, Bhattarai said, “Lokman refused the court’s order and decline to be present at parliamentary committees just like a bull straying in a narrow alley of Kathmandu. Filing an impeachment motion against him was a normal step.”
He was of the opinion that the parliament should taken action against Karki after investigating his wrongdoings.
Noting that corrupts are trying to cleanse themselves by pointing their fingers at Kakri, Bhattarai said, “Some 10 wrongdoers can decamp by pointing fingers at one.”
Stressing on the need for an organizational reform in CIAA, the former Prime Minister said that the anti-graft body failed to become sovereign as people dear to leaders were appointed as its Chief.