CIAA directs to bar transaction of Dixit family’s lands

CIAAKathmandu / June 9: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has issued a directive to the Ministry of Land Reform and Management, and the Land Revenue Office across the country to bar transaction of the lands owned by families of Kanak Mani Dixit, Chairman of Sajha Yatayat.

The CIAA has said it issued the directive in order to bar the illegal use of land belonging to the Madandhara committee set up after the late Madan Shumsher Rana and the land belonging to the Jagadamba Databya Aushadhalaya set up after the late queen Jagadamba.

In 2015 Asoj, queen Jagadamba had given 40,000 points of share to secretary of the Aushadhalaya, Kamal Mani Dixit, assuring him of board member of the Aushadhalaya. It was set up in a bid to immortalize herself. In line with this, 45 bighas of land was bought at Sakranti and Morang Dulari-5 of Athrai, Tehrathum, said the CIAA, arguing that it was found after the investigation.

Similarly, five ropani of land (kitta no 80 to 85 at Lalitpur Sub-Metropolis-3) said to be given to the Patan College were found registered under Jagadambha Press, the CIAA said, adding that the concerned government bodies were asked to take necessary action as per the Land Reform Act 2021.RSS

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