Durlav Kumar Thapa

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Durlav Kumar Thapa
Durlav Kumar Thapa after giving a speech at the National Police Training Academy on 'Academy Day'.jpg
Durlav Kumar Thapa after giving a speech on the National Police Academy's Annual Day, 2013
Native nameदुर्लभ कुमार थापा
Police career
DepartmentNepal Police
Country   Nepal
RankInspector General of Police (I.G.P.)

Durlav Kumar Thapa (Nepali: दुर्लभ कुमार थापा) is a retired police chief of Nepal Police.[1] He is a highly decorated police officer whose contributions to the then National Police Training Academy. In 2013 he was awarded the Nepal Police’s Lifetime Achievement award at the Sadar Prahari Talim Kendra.[2] During his tenure as I.G.P., he had introduced "Tourist police" and the IGP Residence. He now lives a retired life in Patan.


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Police History - Ex-Chief of Police". Retrieved 2013-04-10.
  2. ^ "PM urges leaders to work for consensus". Archived from the original on 2014-01-09. Retrieved 2013-04-10.