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Hearing on writ against Koshi govt to continue on Thursday

05 September 2023  

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KATHMANDU: The Supreme Court is set to continue the hearing of the writ petition filed by Hikmat Karki, the CPN-UML Koshi Province parliamentary party leader, on Thursday.

During today’s session, advocates representing Chief Minister Uddav Thapa, who is the opposing party in the case, presented their arguments before a full bench comprising Supreme Court Justices Sapana Pradhan Malla, Kumar Chudal, and Nahakul Subedi.

The petitioners will have their turn to present counter-arguments on Thursday since Wednesday is a public holiday due to Krishna Janmasthami.

On August 21, Chief Minister Thapa sought a vote of confidence from the provincial assembly, with Nepali Congress (NC) lawmaker Israel Mansuri, who presided over the session, also casting a vote.

In his petition, Karki seeks a mandate to be appointed as the Chief Minister in accordance with the Constitution, citing the alleged unconstitutional nature of the vote of confidence received by NC parliamentary party leader Thapa.

Publish Date : 05 September 2023 20:36 PM

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