In a significant development within the Federal Parliament, self-proclaimed activist Yuvraj Safal has filed a formal complaint against Rabi Lamichhane, the Chairman of the Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP). The complaint, addressed to the State Affairs and Good Governance Committee and Speaker Devraj Ghimire, calls for a thorough investigation into alleged financial irregularities involving Lamichhane.
Safal’s primary concern revolves around Lamichhane’s reported investment of Rs 52 million in Galaxy Television, a company where he also serves as the Managing Director. The activist contends that such financial transactions demand scrutiny and warrant a comprehensive investigation.
Highlighting the gravity of the situation, Safal stated, “In addition to the revelation that a substantial amount, at least Rs 520 million, belonging to 35 thousand depositors, has been invested in Galaxy TV, evidence of Rs 18 million deposits from the cooperative has been traced to Lamichhane’s account.”
Safal has called for the establishment of a parliamentary inquiry committee to delve into the matter surrounding Lamichhane’s cooperative fraud. The complaint emphasizes the need for a transparent investigation to ensure accountability and address the concerns raised by the activist.
The State Affairs and Good Governance Committee, as well as Speaker Devraj Ghimire, are expected to review the complaint and decide on the appropriate course of action in the coming days. The outcome of this complaint could have far-reaching implications for Rabi Lamichhane and the Rastriya Swatantra Party, making it a matter of keen interest within the political landscape.