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Sharma invited Lamichhane to appear before the Parliamentary Inquiry Committee for a debate on cooperative fraud

'The ultimatum is over from today, after today's meeting, the government should come with a parliamentary inquiry committee'
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Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Ravi Lamichhane has been invited by Congress General Minister Bishwa Prakash Sharma to come to the parliamentary inquiry committee to discuss the fraud case of cooperative funds. In Wednesday's meeting of the House of Representatives, Sharma said that a parliamentary committee should be formed to investigate cooperative fraud and Lamichhane should present his views there.

Sharma invited Lamichhane to appear before the Parliamentary Inquiry Committee for a debate on cooperative fraud

Sharma said that since Lamichhane and other leaders of his party were also found to be involved in the co-operative fraud, they are suspected to be investigated. "Investigation not only on him but on hundreds of people has been stopped." Therefore, when a leader of the old party was saying this, when he was accused, come to Chowkbazar, no one said, the home minister said, he said he is ready to have a public debate. , I would like to invite him to the office of the Parliamentary Investigation Committee to be established within the main administrative center Sinha Durbar in Kathmandu District. We have heard your answer from the street, we have also heard it from the media. Now the parliamentary inquiry committee should be able to answer.'

Sharma says that more than 800 crores went to Gorkha Media Group, where GB Rai is the chairman and Lamichhane is the CEO. "In cooperatives established in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, Nepalgunj and Birgunj, more than 50,000 savers have seen that more than 800 million dollars have gone to Gorkha media," said Sharma.

Sharma said that a parliamentary inquiry committee is needed in the next meeting. He warned of disrupting the parliament . "The ultimatum is over from today, after today's meeting, the government should come with a parliamentary inquiry committee." We are not going to stand on the right or the left of that,' he said. Sharma has also explained that the

party did not ask for an investigation on Ravi Lamichhane out of impulse and prejudice.

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