A team deployed from the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police arrested absconding operators of Gurukul National Higher Secondary School on forgery charge. The school was located in Gaushala, Kathmandu. The persons arrested by CIB are:
Complaints were registered with the law enforcement agency after the School did not pay salaries to its teachers and staff and other dues to various parties assuring them of giving shares of the institution.
The operators had assured the teachers and staff that they will be provided with shares of the institution instead of salaries, but ran away later, police said.
CIB added that they are yet to pay Rs 19.53 million to various persons including staff, shareholders, advertisement agencies, banks and landlords.
The trio also shut down the school in mid of an academic session, leaving hundreds of students in the lurch, police said. Later Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) published a notice and transferred the students to various Higher Secondary Schools of their choice.
According to CIB, they were arrested on different dates from different places of Capital,further investigations may reveal if they defrauded others also. The trio will be charged under the forgery case, police said.