KATHMANDU, July 21: The Ministry of Home Affairs has said that its attention has been drawn toward the incidents of government vehicles being stopped and keys being taken away in the name of various groups for driving government vehicles on public holidays.
BAGLUNG, July 3: The government has made it mandatory for government and public officials to acquire a vehicle pass from the authority concerned to use government vehicles on public holidays. Accordingly, Mayor of Baglung Municipality, Basanta Kumar Shrestha used a vehicle of the municipality on Saturday after getting a permit from the Chief District Officer.
KATHMANDU, Feb 26: Expensive vehicles brought for various purposes have piled up in the parking lots of government offices. The offices are tempted to buy new cars instead of repairing old ones because of their greed for commission. Many vehicles bought by taxpayer’s money have remained parked on government premises for years without repairs.
PARBAT, Feb The leaders and cadres of the Parbat chapter of the Nepal Students Union (NSU) took six government vehicles in control in Parbat on Wednesday demanding that the leaders of NSU who were arrested for torching a vehicle in Pokhara on Saturday be released.
KATHMANDU, Feb 3: Cadres of Nepal Student Union (NSU), the student wing of the main opposition party Nepali Congress (NC) on Saturday torched four government vehicles and took scores of others in control in line with their program of taking government vehicles running on Saturday in control. NSU had run a nationwide campaign of taking such vehicles in control on Saturday till 5 pm in order to stop the misuse of the government vehicles on holidays.
SINDHULI, Oct 28: The misuse of government vehicles has emerged as a major concern with more local representatives and leaders using the government resources for their personal affairs even on public holidays.