Tol Khamja of Syangja in the higher post of British armyPosted 11 months ago by Rabindra Ojha
After about 200 years of service of Nepalese in British army, a Nepali official has been successful to be promoted to a higher post in the British army.
Tol Khamja of Karadi of Shirkot, Syangja is promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of British army on Thursday. This post is placed in the sixth position in the honorary position of the British army. His tenure will be about five years. Khamja, 50 is the fourth Nepali to get to this post. Prior to this, Lal Bahadur Pun, Bijay Rajat and Yam Bahadur Rana have received this honour.
Khamja was admitted to the British army 30 years ago. He entered Pulchowk Engineering college to be an engineer but with the insistence of his friends, he got himself in the British army. Serving in the various responsibilities, he is presently staying in the regional command of the army at Aldershot of UK.