The Coordinating Committee of the ruling coalition has said that an immediate solution should be found to the stalemate in the court.
He hoped that all concerned would take initiative to expedite the process.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra on Tuesday split between the top judges who were not hearing cases other than habeas corpus. Four of the five judges who resigned have returned to work on Tuesday.
Other judges, however, claimed that the five were not different from each other. During the discussion held on Tuesday, the officials of the Nepal Bar Association expressed interest in the rift in the group of judges. Bar Vice President Raksha Basyal said, “They have said many times, they are not out of us.”
Recommendation of Chandra Bahadur Shahi of CPN (S) as Law Minister in Karnali
Karnali Chief Minister Jeevan Bahadur Shahi has recommended Chandra Bahadur Shahi of the CPN (Unified Socialist Party) for the post of Minister for Internal Affairs and Law.
Shahi is scheduled to be sworn in by state chief Tilak Pariyar at 5.30 pm today. Shahi, who was appointed chief minister on October 29, has appointed a minister in half a month.
All the judges would return to the bench demanding the resignation of Chief Justice Jabra
All the judges who have been boycotting the bench demanding the resignation of Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra will return to the bench. During a meeting with officials of the Nepal Bar Association and the Supreme Court Bar Association on Tuesday, the agitating judges said they would return to the bench.
According to Rishi Ram Ghimire, secretary of the Supreme Court Bar Association who participated in the discussion, the judges seeking Jabra’s resignation said that they would return to the bench to look into issues including habeas corpus, return of cases, tameli and conciliation.
After the meeting, Judge Anil Kumar Xinhua said that he would return to the bench to look into the issues related to habeas corpus, return of cases, tameli and conciliation only.
Chief Minister Rai’s outrage after the adjournment of the state assembly: The speaker went under the direction of UML, it was not good
Chief Minister of State 1 Rajendra Rai has accused Speaker Pradip Kumar Bhandari of being an ally of the main opposition party CPN-UML. After the meeting of the state assembly was postponed without entering the agenda on Tuesday, Rai accused Bhandari of trying to follow the UML’s direction.
While leaving the state assembly building, Rai said that the speaker had postponed the meeting as per the instructions of the UML. UML has 41 MPs in the state assembly including the speaker. In practice, the role of the speaker today is 41, ‘said Rai.’ As per the UML’s directive, he postponed today’s meeting.
He said that the speaker did not do so even though the state assembly meeting was supposed to be held as per the wishes of the chief minister. “The vote of confidence should be as per the wishes of the chief minister, but even though the agenda was ready, the speaker abruptly adjourned the meeting under the direction of the UML,” said Rai.
Case against 12 people demanding Rs 55 million for revenue fraud
A case has been filed in the court against 12 people, including directors of two business firms, for using fake excise stickers to defraud revenue. The Revenue Investigation Department on Monday A case has been filed against the people in the Patan High Court.
According to the department, a case has been filed against them for pasting fake excise stickers and smuggling goods in excess of the customs clearance. Director General of the Department Prakash Poudel said.
Nepal’s glorious victory over Qatar, Indu made history
Nepal won the first match of the T20 series by 119 runs against Qatar. Following the target of 147 runs set by Nepal, Qatar lost all their wickets in 11.5 overs and were all out for 27 runs. For Qatar, Khadija Imtiaz and Angelin Mare scored 8/8, Kerry Paunset scored 7 and Rizfa Bano scored 3.
No player was able to score even in double digits. Six of his players were dismissed for zero runs. Captain Ruvina Kshatriya bowled brilliantly for Nepal. She took 3 wickets for 1 run in 1.5 overs.
Similarly, Kavita Kunwar and Saraswati Kumari took 2/2 wickets while Karun Bhandari took 1 wicket. Earlier, after losing the toss at the West End Park Stadium in Doha, Nepal lost 4 wickets in the allotted 20 overs and scored 146 runs.
This is the highest total ever made by a Nepali team in T20 Internationals. Earlier, Nepal had scored 126 runs against Malaysia in 2019. Indu Burma played a half century innings for Nepal.
She scored 55 runs off 47 balls with the help of 5 fours. This is Indu’s first half century in T20 International. She also became the first woman to score a half-century for Nepal in the T20I.
Suggestions to work from home and close down industry in Delhi
The Indian government has suggested that Delhi implement a “work from home” policy and close down some industries. Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai made the suggestion at a meeting of the Air Quality Management Commission on Tuesday.
In a bid to curb pollution in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday announced a one-week school closure, a ban on construction activities and a home-based job for government employees.
The Supreme Court had directed the Air Quality Management Commission to convene a joint meeting on Monday. Officials from Punjab, Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh were also present at Tuesday’s meeting.