File picture of Nepal’s flag. (Reuters)
Nepal plunged into a political disaster on December 20 just after President Bidya Dev Bhandari dissolved the Home of Reps at the advice of Prime Minister Oli, amidst a tussle for electric power in the ruling bash.
- PTI Kathmandu
- Past Updated: February 23, 2021, 19:27 IST
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Nepal’s Supreme Courtroom on Tuesday reinstated the dissolved House of Associates, in a setback to embattled Key Minister K P Sharma Oli who was planning for snap polls. A 5-member Constitutional bench led by Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JBR annulled the government’s final decision to dissolve the 275-member reduced household of parliament and purchased the governing administration to summon the Property session in the upcoming 13 days.
Nepal plunged into a political disaster on December 20 soon after President Bidya Dev Bhandari dissolved the Home of Reps at the advice of Key Minister Oli, amidst a tussle for electricity within just the ruling social gathering. Oli’s transfer to dissolve the House sparked protests from a big part of the Nepal Communist Get together led by his rival Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, also a co-chair of the ruling bash. Oli regularly defended his transfer to dissolve the House of Reps, indicating some leaders of his get together ended up attempting to variety a “parallel federal government”.
As quite a few as 13 writ petitions which include the one by the ruling Nepal Communist Party’s Main Whip Dev Prasad Gurung had been filed at the apex court looking for the restoration of the lower household parliament.