Umesh Prasad Thani, managing director of Nepal Oil Corporation, resigns

File: Umesh Thani, newly appointed managing director of the Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC)
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Kathmandu, December 12

Umesh Prasad Thani, the Managing Director of Nepal Oil Corporation, has submitted his resignation. Minister for Industry, Commerce, and Supplies, Ramesh Rijal confirmed his resignation on Tuesday.

“He has resigned effective immediately,” Minister Rijal told Online Khabar, adding, “Thani submitted his resignation on December 12, which will be effective from December 13.” The minister did not disclose the reason for Thani’s resignation.

Thani was appointed as the Managing Director of the Corporation for a three-year term on March 10, 2022. The Executive Selection Committee of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, and Supplies had recommended his appointment, along with Gorakha’s Chandika Prasad Bhatt and Jivan Prakash Sitaula from Tehrathum.

Out of the three recommended candidates, the then Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba had entrusted Thani with the responsibility of leading the corporation. Thani served in the position for one year and nine months.

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