Moti Lal Bohora

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IGP
Motilal Bohora
मोती लाल बोहोरा
15th Inspector General of Nepal Police
In office
February, 1993 – February, 1997
Monarch King Birendra
Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala
Preceded by Ratna Shumsher J.B.R.
Succeeded by Achyut Krishna Kharel
Personal details
Born Achham
Citizenship Nepalese
Nationality    Nepal
Spouse(s) Mithila Sharma [1] [2] [3]
Children 5
Residence Budhanilkanth
Occupation Politician, Police officer
Religion Aum red.svg Hinduism

Moti Lal Bohora was the chief of Nepal Police from 1993-1997. He succeeded Ratna Shumsher J.B.R. as the police chief and was succeeded by Achyut Krishna Kharel.[4]

It was during his tenure as chief that the "People's War" in Nepal began. He is the last known officer to have remained IGP for a full term (4 years).[5][6][7][8][9]

As of 2014, Former police chief Moti Lal Bohora is involved with Maalika Development Bank in Dhangadi.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Actress Sharma to wed former IGP Bohara". 
  2. ^ "Marriage". 
  3. ^ "Court Marriage". 
  4. ^ "Police History - Ex-Chief of Police". Retrieved 2013-04-10. 
  5. ^ Nepal Press Digest 1998 - 42 p.259 "Motilal Bohara, a former Inspector-General of Police, formally joined the Nepali Congress as a loyal worker in his home district of Achham. (Rising Nepal, August 29). In Achham, 120 workers of the UML formally joined the NC".
  6. ^ Nepal Police Mirror, 2011
  7. ^ "Ex-IGP Bohara convicted of graft: sent to jail for 18 months". The Himalayan. 
  8. ^ "Special Court convicts ex-IGP Bohora of corruption; slaps 18 months jail sentence". nepalnews.com. 3 April 2012. Retrieved 27 September 2013. 
  9. ^ "Ekantipur, 2012". 
  10. ^ "Ex-police officers in alternative professions".