Supreme Court dismisses interim order in US Bangla Airlines case

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14 July, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has refused to challenge an interim order in a writ petition filed by US Bangla Airlines in search of compensation from the dad and mom of a Nepali scholar killed in a airplane crash in Kathmandu.

After listening to from each the airline and the sufferer, the Supreme Court has ordered to not challenge an interim order on 25 July. A bench of Justices Bisambhar Prasad Shrestha and Purushottam Bhandari dismissed the interim order stating that there was no justification and justified grounds for issuing an interim order within the case affecting the case pending within the district court docket and no irreparable harm to the petitioner Hui.

The subsequent listening to of the writ petition is to be held on 25 September.

The airline and insurance coverage and reinsurance firm filed a writ petition within the Supreme Court on March 12, 2018, alleging that it had no jurisdiction to prosecute victims of the US Bangla airplane crash at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal. was not.

The Kathmandu district court docket dominated on December 6, 2076 that US jurisdiction would stay in Nepal to settle a compensation case filed by the dad and mom of seven folks killed within the accident as a result of negligence and gross negligence of Bangla Airlines and the pilot. The order was issued by the Patan High Court on 7 March 2010.

But the airline and its insurance coverage and reinsurance firm had reached the apex court docket in search of an interim order to halt all proceedings within the case pending within the district court docket.


Source: OnlineKhabar