Supreme Court’s interim order to not take motion in opposition to MP Pandey and Bhatt

Supreme Court's interim order not to take action against MP Pandey and Bhatt


August 27, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has issued a short-term interim order to not take motion in opposition to UML MPs Som Prasad Pandey and Sharda Bhatt, who wished to hitch the CPN-Unified Socialist Party.

MPs Pandey and Bhatta had filed a writ petition within the apex court docket saying they wished to hitch the Unified Socialists however the Election Commission refused to establish them.

While listening to the writ, a single bench of Justice Meera Khadka has summoned the opposition, together with the fee, for dialogue on September 13. A brief-term interim order has additionally been issued in opposition to Pandey and Bhatta to not take motion from the put up until September 12.

MPs Pandey and Bhatt additionally reached the Election Commission to establish the signatures of Union members and MPs in the course of the registration of CPN-U. The Election Commission, nevertheless, refused to establish the celebration, saying their names weren’t included within the software filed in the course of the registration course of.

Source: OnlineKhabar

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