You might be amazed with the fact that it’s hard to get an application registered in Nepal Police METROPOLITAN POLICE - CRIME DIVISION Hanumandhoka. It’s pretty shocking to know that even in the center of Kathmandu something like this is happening. If you have anything like a complaint or any other legal issue and when you go to the police administration for report they fail to recognize your version. I mean to say, they fail to accept your application written by you. They ask you to follow a formatted written application written by the so called “lekhandas” who sits outside the office. The charges for a normal application start from Nrs 100 to 1000 depending upon the case.
What a joke? Even to register a case you have to pay money
Shocking and amazing thing is our constitution gives us the right to write an application but the Nepal Police administration fails to realize this. They want a formatted application from the “lekhandas”
and it doesn’t matter who or what you are but the format matters.
Why should I go to the lekhandas when I’m an educated man and I can write my own application? My constitution gives me the full right to write an application. My question is why……….?
Just imagine being an education man, what would a poor and uneducated man do in this case? It’s completely absurd that for a poor man who has been hammered on with a treachery is asked to pay money to report a case. Is that what we call service and is it fair?
Another shocking thing is, if you write a complaint then the first thing for any application in a government wing is to be registered. But especially in the Nepal Police Administration they do not register the case. They just accept it and fail to give you a registration number.
What can we expect from an administration that fails to realize the importance of service? It’s a small thing but it has a great impact.
“The country is not ruled by big policies but its ruled by empowering public, when the public feels secured and feasible that’s when development starts or else it’s just a matter of numbers and hypocrisy.”