Case filed against Head teacher



Kathmandu, Oct 25 (RSS): The Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has filed a case of corruption against a Head teacher of a school in the capital for enjoying salary and other allowances even though she was not present in office for six months. 

Head teacher Maiya Devi Malla of the Bal Bikas Secondary School in Raniban of Nagarjun municipality-1, Kathmandu stayed for six months in Canada, without approving a leave for it. But came back to Nepal to be paid for all these months, including festival allowance and provident fund deposits. Malla marked her attendance all at once, and then received remuneration for the same that amounted to Rs. 162,753. 

The CIAA has also filed a case against six others who acted accomplice to the crime of Malla including Chairperson of the School Management Committee Hari Krishna Lama, members Nani Maiya Lama, Bina Shrestha, Labendra Bahadur Shahi, Manoj Lama and teacher representative Jitendra Lama, and accountant Bipal Lama. 

The case was filed on Thursday at the Special Court.