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Judicial Council, NWC and Auditor General’s reports presented in NA


08 August 2022  

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KATHMANDU: Three reports of different government bodies and a constitutional body have been presented in Monday’s meeting of the National Assembly, the upper house of the Federal Parliament.

Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development Mrigendra Kumar Singh presented those reports on the behalf of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba.

The reports were annual report of Judicial Council and Judicial Service Commission for fiscal year 2020/21.

Similarly, 14th annual report of the National Women Commission of the same fiscal year was presented besides the 59th annual report of the Auditor General of the ongoing fiscal year 2022.

Meanwhile, the proposal seeking clause-wise deliberation on the Prison Bill-2076 BS in the Legislation Committee has been approved unanimously.

Minister for Home Affairs Bal Krishna Khand presented the proposal in the meeting along with the message from the House of Representatives, the lower house of the parliament.

During the meeting, NA Chairperson read out the letter from the Office of the President on the authentication of the Bill.

The Madan Bhandari Science and Technology University Bill-2076 BS was authenticated by the Head of the State on August 3.

The next meeting of NA is scheduled on coming Wednesday, August 10 at 1:00 pm.

Publish Date : 08 August 2022 19:17 PM

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