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Hearing on dispute over Koshi govt formation to continue today

05 September 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Hearing on the writ petition filed at the Supreme Court against the ‘vote of confidence’ taken by Chief Minister of Koshi Province, Uddhav Thapa, will continue today as well.

The hearing would continue today as it could not be completed due to lack of sufficient time on Monday.

The hearing on Monday took place before the division bench of justices Sapana Malla Pradhan, Kumar Chudal and Nahakul Subedi.

CPN-UML Koshi Province Parliamentary Party leader, Hikmat Kumar Karki, had filed the writ petition naming Koshi Province Chief Parshuram Khapung, and Chief Minister Thapa, among others as the defendants in the case.

SC Justice Ishwor Prasad Khatiwada on August 24 had issued an interim order in the name of the province government not to take any long-term decisions, stating that CM Thapa’s approach to securing vote of confidence on unconstitutional.

Koshi Province Chief Minister Thapa had taken the confidence motion on August 21.

The writ petition was filed at the SC, arguing that the process of securing vote of confidence was unconstitutional.

Publish Date : 05 September 2023 06:19 AM

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