KATHMANDU: The Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court (SC) is continuing hearing on writs filed against the dissolution of the House of Representatives (HoR) on Wednesday as well.
Senior advocate Chandra Kant Gyawali has first advocated the writs on behalf of the writ petitioners in today’s hearing.
The bench has fixed 30 minutes for Gyawali to debate.
Earlier, the bench had not fixed the time. However, after the same advocates took a long time, the Justices had asked advocates to take care of the time, without specifying the duration.
“We have set a time limit from today. You have half an hour to advocated on the writs. Start the debate,” said Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Rana before Gyawali started debating.
However, it is not disclosed whether the same duration is applicable to all advocates.