In a recent development, the newly elected leadership of the Non-resident Nepali Association (NRNA) officially took office last Saturday. Their first meeting, under the guidance of President Dr. Badri KC, also convened on the same day, although details of the meeting’s outcomes are yet to be disclosed.
Before this, the NRNA International Coordination Council’s election committee distributed certificates to the victorious candidates, who were subsequently sworn in.
President KC, who was newly elected, expressed a commitment to transparency, stating that the association would be open to accepting an audit report from an international agency, particularly one specializing in information technology audits.
It is noteworthy that the NRNA International General Assembly, held on October 19, was not without its share of controversies, with disputes arising over alleged irregularities in the online voting process.