High-level probe commission on loan-sharking extends deadline by 10 days to collect complaints

Published On: July 10, 2024 06:42 PM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

KATHMANDU, July 10: The high level investigation commission formed to resolve the problems of usury victims has extended the deadline by 10 days for collecting complaints from the victims.

Today, the commission issued a notice telling the victims that they have 10 more days to register their application forms at the District Administration Office within 10 more days.

The notice states that the victims are required to fill out a five-page application available on the Ministry of Home Affairs website. After printing the form, they need to fill in the required details mentioned in the form and submit it to the District Administration Office.

The commission has requested applications to be submitted along with copies or xerox copies of any such documents, receipts, notes, contracts, or agreements related to loans/credits or inappropriate transactions that the victims may have.

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