Nepal reported theft of answers to UN peacekeepers exam

Employees of the United Nations (UN) department located in the capital of Nepal, stole answers to questions of the examination for peacekeepers and distributed

them to those wishing to serve in a peacekeeping mission. It was reported by the Nepali newspaper Online Khabar on August 5.

The unpleasant incident came to light during the examination at the Kathmandu Police Department. The organizers found that some of the test takers showed up to take the test with ready answers.

The UN department then set up a special committee to investigate the incident. “The team, headed by Inspector Basanta Lama, discovered that some UN department officials at headquarters had stolen documents and handed them out to the test takers,” the paper claims.

Two suspects of the crime have been arrested pending clarification. The investigation is continuing.

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