Mr. Ghanshyam Aryal was born in Gulmi District of Nepal in 1968; he joined Nepal Police Organization in May 1, 1992 as a Police Inspector. He was promoted to DIGP (Deputy Inspector General of Police) in April 2020 and appointed as the chief of Gandaki State Police Office, Pokhara.
Mr. Aryal graduated Master’s degree in Political science from Tribhuban University in 2071 scoring first division, and Bachelor’s degree in science from Amrit Science College (TU, Nepal) in 2047, and worked as teacher before joining the Nepal Police Organization.
DIGP Aryal has been awarded with Remote Service Medal, Prabal Janasewa Shri, Gorkha Dakshin Bahu IV, Disaster Relief Medal and Gaddi Arohan Silver Medal from the Government of Nepal and Nepal Police Organization.
DIGP Aryal has good reputation in the law enforcement and academic communities in the capacity of senior command and operational experiences. Additionally, he has served in many difficult circumstances in different geographical regions of Nepal, including the Insurgency period and others. DIGP Aryal is known as an honest, capable, conscientious and efficient leader of the Nepal Police Organization.
DIGP Aryal has participated in various national and international trainings and seminars including Foreign Senior Police Officer (Japan); Asia Region Law Enforcement Management Program (Vietnam) and various in-service trainings conducted by Nepal Police and other agencies.
During his commission in Gandaki State, DIGP Aryal has contributed much in the belief and trust of the general public towards the service flow of Nepal Police. He is also known for his commitment for the welfare of police personnel. His positive nature and in-depth analysis for making rational decision have motivated all the state police personnel to be more energetic in policing as a service. The key areas he has improvised are team collaboration, incremental delivery, continual planning, learning environment, and many more. He is supportive for the innovation of various multi-dimensional programs to provide positive thinking and creativity to the police personnel.