The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has decided to fine 24,376 people holding public posts for failing to furnish property details timely.
They will be fined Rs 5,000 each, according to the anti-graft body.
CIAA Spokesperson Krishna Hari Pushkar said those failing to furnish details of their property as per existing law include former ministers, and teachers among others.
Former ministers failing to make public property details are former finance minister Ram Sharan Mahat, former energy minister Radha Kumari Gyawali and former minister for woman Nilam KC.
Spokesperson Pushkar said 52 incumbent lawmakers that include top leaders of major parties have also failed to furnish property details.
Likewise, 11,268 teachers and 2,388 Nepal Army personnel also didn’t obey the legal provision.