SC Justices boycott all benches after CJ Rana assigned hearing for all cases « Khabarhub
Saturday, June 15th, 2024

SC Justices boycott all benches after CJ Rana assigned hearing for all cases

None of the SC judges attended the 10 benches today following breach of understanding CJ Rana had reached with them

09 November 2021  

Time taken to read : 2 Minute

  • A
  • A
  • A

KATHMANDU: Supreme Court (SC) judges have boycotted all the benches Tuesday after Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher Rana constituted benches for hearing all cases from Tuesday.

Chief Justice Rana assigned ten benches to hear 298 cases, including habeas corpus, for today, contrary to the understanding reached with SC justices earlier.

SC justices had yesterday agreed to sit in benches to hear cases related to the writ of habeas corpus only and also forged consensus about not sharing bench with the Chief Justice.

None of the SC judges attended the benches today following breach of the understanding CJ Rana had reached with them.

As the SC judges have been mounting pressure on CJ Rana to step down and are in favor of his graceful exit, the Chief Justice, keeping the communication channel with rebeling judges open, tried to restore the apex court’s full-fledged operations.

Meanwhile, the Nepal Bar Association (NBA) has given continuity to the ongoing agitation against Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Rana even today. Bar members demanded CJ Rana’s resignation by organizing a corner meeting at the premises of the Nepal Bar Office building, Ramshahpath.

As soon as the program started on Tuesday, Nepal Bar President Chandeshwar Shrestha termed Chief Justice Rana as a “light that will be faded and blown out soon” and warned of intensifying the protests across the country. “He is just like a fading light. He must step down,” Shrestha said.

Publish Date : 09 November 2021 15:54 PM

All seven provinces unveil budgets for upcoming fiscal year today

KATHMANDU: All seven provinces in the country are scheduled to

‘We belong here’ – Paudel’s message after Nepal’s near-miss against South Africa

KATHMANDU: Nepal nearly pulled off an upset by defeating tournament

RSP leader Shrestha calls for policy clarity in party

KATHMANDU: Central member of the Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP) Biraj

Kathmandu Valley to feel respite from heat later this evening

KATHMANDU: The Department of Hydrology and Meteorology has announced that

MCA-Nepal signs second 400kV substation construction contract

KATHMANDU: MCA-Nepal has awarded and signed a contract with Techno