A investigative committee set up to look into claims against Bhisma Raj Dhungana has submitted its findings to the Finance Minister.
The committee set up to investigate charges against Bhisma Raj Dhungana, the chairman of the Securities Board of Nepal (SEBON), gave its report to the government on Tuesday. Bhisma Raj Dhungana is the former chairman of the SEBON. Ananta Raj Dumre, a former High Court judge who served as the committee’s chairman, presented the report to Finance Minister Janardan Sharma during a ceremony held at the Ministry of Finance.
The committee was established on September 1 by the Council of Ministers to investigate the allegation that SEBON Chair Dhungana acted against his position on the board of directors. It was asked to provide its report within 15 days of receiving the request.
Following receipt of the report, Finance Minister Sharma stated that the government would review it and make the necessary decisions afterward. Furthermore, he stated that the findings and recommendations contained in the study report will aid in the organisation and security of securities trading, in addition to safeguarding the interests of all investors in the capital market.