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Sarita Giri warns moving court against her dismissal


07 July 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Samajwadi Party lawmaker Sarita Giri has warned moving court against the decision of the party to expel her both from the party and the Parliament.

She claimed that the decision was unconstitutional.

“The decision to take action against me is unconstitutional. I will seek legal remedy”, she said, adding that the party’s central committee in the recommendation of Parliamentary Party can only take such action.

A meeting of the party’s office-bearers on Tuesday expelled lawmaker Giri on the recommendation of the task force, which had recommended dismissing her from the post of the lawmaker as well as from the party membership.

She has been alleged for violating the party whip on the Constitution amendment bill brought to implement the revised map of Nepal.

The Samajbadi Party had earlier formed a task force under its General Secretary Ram Sahaya Prasad Yadav with members Mohammad Ishtiyaq Rai and Sushila Shrestha to suggest whether she should be expelled or not.

The party will now send a letter to the Election Commission informing the party’s move.

It should be recalled that lawmaker Giri had filed an amendment proposal against the Constitution amendment bill that was brought to implement the revised political map of Nepal.

She has been adamant to her stance that Nepal lacks evidence to establish that Kalapani, Limpiyadhura, and Lipu Lekh belong to Nepal.

Publish Date : 07 July 2020 20:18 PM

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