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List of IGP of Nepal Police

Nepal Police

List of IGP (Inspector General of Police)

List of IGP of Nepal Police. Nepal Police IGP List.

Nepal Police is the national and primary law enforcement agency of Nepal. It is primarily responsible for maintaining law and order, prevention of crime and crime investigation within the jurisdiction determined by the Constitution of Nepal.


List of IGP of Nepal Police:

28) Shailesh Thapa Kshetri:


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The Twenty-Eighth IGP of Nepal Police. Shailesh Thapa Kshetri was appointed as the 28th Inspector General of Police on July 9, 2020. IGP Thapa Kshetri joined Nepal Police as an Inspector on May 1, 1992. He was born on December 8, 1968 in Bhaktapur district. IGP Shailesh Thapa Kshetri has Masters' Degree in Political Science.

27) Thakur Prasad Gyawaly:

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The Twenty-Seventh IGP of Nepal Police. Thakur Prasad Gyawaly is 27th Chief of Nepal Police. He was appointed as the Chief of Nepal Police after succeeding Sarbendra Khanal on February 12, 2020 by the cabinet decision of the Government of Nepal.

26) Sarbendra Khanal:

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The Twenty-Sixth IGP of Nepal Police. Sarbendra Khanal is 26th Chief of Nepal Police. He was appointed as the Chief of Nepal Police after succeeding Prakash Aryal on 10 April 2018 by the cabinet decision of the Government of Nepal. He was former spokesperson of Nepal Police.

25) Prakash Aryal:

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The Twenty-Fifth IGP of Nepal Police. Prakash Aryal is 26th Chief of Nepal Police. He was appointed as the Chief of Nepal Police after succeeding Upendra Kant Aryal on 10 April 2017 by the cabinet decision of the Government of Nepal.

24) Upendra Kant Aryal:

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The Twenty-Fourth IGP of Nepal Police. Upendra Kant Aryal is 25th Chief of Nepal Police. He was appointed as the Chief of Nepal Police after succeeding Kuber Singh Rana on 16 November 2013 by the cabinet decision made on 11 November 2013. With this decision, he is also the Head of the National Central Bureau, Kathmandu, INTERPOL.

23) Kuber Singh Rana:

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The Twenty-Third IGP of Nepal Police. Kuber Singh Rana was the Inspector General of the Nepal Police. He was promoted to the Inspector General of Police by the government of Nepal after succeeding Rabindra Pratap Shah as the police chief on September 13, 2012. He joined Nepal Police on 16 November 1983 as Police Inspector.

22) Rabindra Pratap Shah:

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The Twenty-Second IGP of Nepal Police. Hon. Rabindra Pratap Shah was, as of 2012, Inspector General of Nepal Police of the Nepal Police. On 2 June 2011, he assumed the duties of the chief of Nepal Police, after succeeding Ramesh Chand Thakuri.

21) Ramesh Chand Thakuri:

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The Twenty-First IGP of Nepal Police.

20) Hem Bahadur Gurung:

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The Twentieth IGP of Nepal Police. Hem Bahadur Gurung was the 20th IGP of Nepal. On September 14, 2008, he was appointed Inspector General of Nepal Police, the highest police rank of Nepal Police. He was preceded by Om Bikram Rana and was succeeded by Ramesh Chand Thakuri as the police chief.

19) Om Bikram Rana:

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The Nineteenth IGP of Nepal Police. In September, 2006, Om Bikram Rana was appointed as Inspector General of Nepal Police, the highest police rank of Nepal Police. He was preceded by Shyam Bhakta Thapa as the police chief and was succeeded by Hem Bahadur Gurung.

18) Shyam Bhakta Thapa:

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The Eighteenth IGP of Nepal Police.

17) Pradip Shumsher J.B.R.:

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The Seventeenth IGP of Nepal Police. Pradip Shumsher J.B.R. is a former chief of Nepal Police, who served as the IGP from September 1999 to December 2001. He was preceded by Achyut Krishna Kharel and was succeeded by Shyam Bhakta Thapa as the police chief.

16) Achyut Krishna Kharel:

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The Sixteenth IGP of Nepal Police. Achyut Krishna Kharel was the chief of Nepal Police during the Maoist's Insurgency. Kharel had been appointed Inspector General of Police in 1997 A.D., but was then replaced by his successor, Dhruba Bahadur Pradhan, due to certain "political instabilities", before again becoming IGP.

15) Dhruba Bahadur Pradhan:

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The Fifteenth IGP of Nepal Police. Dhruba Bahadur Pradhan had been the chief of Nepal Police during the Maoist's Insurgency. Dhruba Bahadur Pradhan had been appointed Inspector General of Police in 1997 A.D., but was then replaced by his predecessor, Achyut Krishna Kharel, due to certain "political instabilities", before again becoming IGP.

14) Moti Lal Bohora:

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The Fourteenth IGP of Nepal Police. Moti Lal Bohora was the chief of Nepal Police from 1993-1997. He succeeded Ratna Shumsher J.B.R. as the police chief and was succeeded by Achyut Krishna Kharel. It was during his tenure as chief that the "People's War" in Nepal began. He is the last known officer to have remained IGP for a full term.

13) Ratna Shumsher J.B.R.:

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The Thirteenth IGP of Nepal Police. Ratna Shumsher J.B.R. was the Inspector General of Police of Nepal Police from 1990 to 1993. He had also been the first Additional Inspector General of Nepal Police. He was preceded by Hem Bahadur Singh was succeeded by Moti Lal Bohora as the police chief.

12) Hem Bahadur Singh:

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The Twelveth IGP of Nepal Police. Hem Bahadur Singh is a retired chief of the Nepal Police. He is the last I.G.P. to wear the "Khaki" uniform. It was during his tenure as police chief that the 1990 People's Movement occurred. Hem Bahadur Singh succeeded DB Lama as the Nepal police chief. Ratna Shumsher J.B.R. succeeded him as the next police chief.

11) Dil Bahadur Lama:

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The Eleventh IGP of Nepal Police. Dil Bahadur Lama, popularly known as DB Lama was a leader of Nepali Congress and former Inspector General of Nepal Police. He was elected to the Pratinidhi Sabha in the 1999 election on behalf of the Nepali Congress.

10) Durlav Kumar Thapa:


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The Tenth IGP of Nepal Police. Durlav Kumar Thapa is a retired police chief of Nepal Police. He is a highly decorated police officer whose contributions to the then National Police Training Academy. In 2013 he was awarded the Nepal Police’s Lifetime Achievement award at the Sadar Prahari Talim Kendra.

9) Khadgajeet Baral:

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The Ninth IGP of Nepal Police. Khadgajeet Baral OGDB, OTSP was a Nepalese politician and social worker. After serving as the Inspector General of Nepal Police he also served as the Ambassador of Nepal for Burma, Indonesia and French.

8) Rom Bahadur Thapa:

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The Eighth IGP of Nepal Police. Rom Bahadur Thapa is the first Inspector General of Nepal Police from the Magar ethnic group. Before joining the Nepal Police, he had been a Physical Training Instructor at the Military Academy in Burma. He had a reputation as a great war hero before joining Nepal Police.

7) Pahal Singh Lama:

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The Seventh IGP of Nepal Police.

6) Dhundi Raj Sharma:

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The Sixth IGP of Nepal Police.

5) Purna Singh Khawas:

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The Fifth IGP of Nepal Police.

4) Gopal Shumsher J.B.R.:

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The Fourth IGP of Nepal Police.

3) Gyan Bahadur Yakthumba:
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The Third IGP of Nepal Police. Gyan Bahadur Yakthumba Limbu was a Nepali police officer and diplomat. He joined the Nepali Police with the rank of Major and was promoted to the rank of Inspector General of Nepal Police, after succeeding Nara Shumsher J.B.R. as the police chief.

2) Nara Shumsher J.B.R.:
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The Second IGP of Nepal Police. Nara Shumsher Jang Bahadur Rana, KCVO, was the second police chief of Nepal Police after its establishment in the year 2007 B.S. He remained chief for a tenure of two years before being succeeded by Gyan Bahadur Yakthumba as the police chief.

1) Toran Shumsher J.B.R.:


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The First IGP of Nepal Police. Toran Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana was the first police chief of Nepal Police after its establishment in the year 2007 B.S. However, he only remained chief for a short duration of three days., He was succeeded by Nara Shumsher J.B.R. as the police chief.


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