Nepal civil aviation ministry orders probe into delay in PM Oli’s flight

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Kathmandu, Feb.25 (ANI): Nepal’s civil aviation ministry on Thursday formed a probe panel to investigate the delay in the departure of the Nepal Airlines Corporation’s Mumbai-Kathmandu flight on which Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli was travelling on Wednesday.

Ministry spokesperson Ghanashyam Upadhyaya said the four-member panel headed by the ministry’s Joint Secretary Buddhi Sagar Lamichhane was formed to look into the issue, reports The Himalayan Times.

Wrapping up his six-day state visit to India, Prime Minister Oli returned to Kathmandu on Wednesday evening on the RA 201 flight.

It was reported, however, that his flight was delayed for more than an hour.(ANI)

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