279 instances in 10 periods appointed by way of the Leader Justice from house

Kathmandu: Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra on Tuesday constituted 10 benches from his house. Due to the agitation of fellow judges and the Nepal Bar Association, Chief Justice Jabra has formed 10 benches from his official residence.

He has fixed 279 cases in 10 sessions. Bar is in constant agitation demanding Jabra’s resignation. The Chief Justice entered the office on Sunday and Monday after a bar sit-in to prevent Jabbar from entering the office.

Bar and his fellow judges have joined the agitation accusing him of seeking political alliances with the executive. On Monday, Barr rejected Chief Justice Jabra’s call for a negotiated solution. He has said he will not negotiate with Jabra.

Judges and bar officials engage in discussions, the bottom line of the resignation of the Chief Justice

Kathmandu: Discussions are still going on today between the judges of the Supreme Court and the officials of the Nepal Bar and the Supreme Bar Association. The discussion will be held in the annex hall of the Supreme Court at 12:30 pm, said Purnaman Shakya, Chairman of the Supreme Bar.

Eleven judges were present at Monday’s meeting. However, Shrestha said that only 19 judges would participate in today’s meeting. In Monday’s discussion, Barr made the resignation of the chief justice the bottom line. It is expected that further decision will be taken from today’s discussion. Though Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra has called for talks, the legal practitioners have already refused.

The movement of Nepal Bar did not stop even during the bandh

Kathmandu: The Nepal Bar Association, which is agitating against Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra, has also staged a sit-in at the Nepal Bandh. Bar, who has been protesting for 23 days, has started a sit-in at the Supreme Court on Tuesday morning. Even though the Nepal of Netra Bikram Chand Biplava-led CPN (Maoist) is closed today, the bar has given continuity to the agitators.

Chief Justice Jabbar issued a statement on Saturday calling for a formal dialogue. But the Nepal Bar has rejected the proposal and given continuity to the movement. Even the Supreme Court judges have not sat in the court with the demand that Jabra should lead the way.


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