11 Aug '11, 4am

Antique weapons were sold for peanuts: Kathmandu- The revelation that hundreds of tonnes of military antiques (s...

Antique weapons were sold for peanuts: Kathmandu- The revelation that hundreds of tonnes of military antiques (s...

The Kathmandu Post/ANN Thursday, Aug 11, 2011 Kathmandu- The revelation that hundreds of tonnes of military antiques (some around 200 years old) were sold at a throwaway price to raise money for the purchase of modern weaponry to fight the then Maoist rebels has stirred a fresh controversy-drawing widespread condemnation and forcing a parliamentary panel to call a hearing. The State Affairs Committee (SAC) on Tuesday decided to call senior defence and Army officials to testify on the 10 year-old decision taken by the then Nepal government in 2000 to sell 430 tonnes of military antiques to US-based military collector, the International Military Antiques. The SAC has asked Defence Minister Bishnu Poudel, Defence Secretary Navin Kumar Ghimire and Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) Chhatra Man Singh Gurung to appear before the committee with information on the sale of those military t...

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