Kathmandu-based NGO operators accused of embezzling USD 40,000 UK donation meant for stray dog treatment
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KATHMANDU, June 20 -- Two operators of the local board of Kathmandu Animal Treatment (KAT) Center (UK) have been accused of embezzling large sums of money which was meant for the treatment of street dogs.
According to KAT, Laxmi Sharma, chairperson, and Sujan Shrestha, vice-chairman are named in this case having set up their personal accounts to embezzle funds intended to support KAT and the animals.
"Through a new PayPal link, they invited donors to send money to support our work, which was then withdrawn into their personal bank account(s). It was never directed into the KAT Centre," reads a statement released by KAT on June 18.
KAT claimed that a legal investigation has so far uncovered evidence that up to $40,000 was 'stolen'.
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