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Comprehensive coordinated approach involving security agencies  a must to deal with COVID-19 pemic

Comprehensive  coordinated approach involving security agencies  a must to deal with COVID-19 pemic

KATHMU, June 8: Security consultants have underscored the necessity to introduce a complete coordinated strategy that includes safety companies to cope with the continuing coronavirus (COVID-19) pemic.

Addressing a webinar organized by Nepal Centre for Security Governance (NCSG) on the “Role of Security Sector in the course of the COVID-19 Pemic”, safety consultants safety professionals drawing from Nepal Army, Nepal Police Armed Police Force (APF) expressed concern that the COVID-19 scenario that’s getting worse by every passing day may severely jeopardize the general human safety situation if such a complete coordinated strategy will not be adopted.

The individuals, together with lawmakers, academicians/students rights activists maintained that Nepal wants a coordinated strategy, involving all potential sectors stakeholders to cope with this troublesome scenario quite than getting concerned in blame-game. The consultants additionally concluded that though the federal government by nationwide lockdown purchased precious time to get ready on preventive management measures, it largely did not reap the benefits of the beneficial scenario on account of lack of proactiveness crucial planning.

Those participating within the webinar included Lieutenant General (Retd) of Nepal Army Bala Na Sharma, Brigadier General (Retd) of Nepal Army Suresh Raj Sharma, Additional Inspector General (Retd) of Nepal Police Navaraj Dhakal, Additional Inspector General (Retd) of Armed Police Force (APF) Rabi Raj Thapa, Deputy Inspector General (Retd) of Nepal Police Hemanta Malla Thakuri, lawmaker Deepak Prakash Bhatta safety consultants Shambhu Ram Simkhad Indra Adhikari.

Addressing the webinar, the consultants maintained that the federal government had did not be taught from the expertise of different international locations, continued exhibiting its sloppiness regardless of repeated alarm from the World Health Organization (WHO). “The authorities its an infection management mechanism (together with CCMC) lacked farsightedness to understand the wide-ranging implications of the pemic,” stated a press assertion issued by the NCSG.

The consultants urged the authorities to mobilize safety companies extra successfully to carry again Nepali migrant staff from borders in a extra organized method hle the quarantine facilities as per the rules of WHO. Arguing that the failure to hle the quarantine facility correctly had brought about sudden progress progress within the variety of COVID-19 instances, in addition they urged the federal government to deal with reinforcing hospitals well being amenities, scale-up quarantines amenities, mobilize youth civil society organizations in coordinated method to successfully reply to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pemic.


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