Splendid Court docket justices advised bar officers: “Judicial reform isn’t at the schedule.”

October 30, Kathmandu. Supreme Court judges have said they will not compromise on judicial reform agenda.

A bench headed by Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra on Tuesday split the Supreme Court judges who were not hearing cases other than habeas corpus. Four of the five judges who resigned have returned to work on Tuesday.

But other judges have also claimed that the five are not different from themselves. 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 repeatedly said that they are not out of us.”

According to him, during the discussion, the judges have expressed concern over the inconvenience caused to the service recipients. “We are discussing what happens to the graceful exit,” Basyal told reporters after the meeting.

But the judges said they would take the initiative to reform the judiciary and would not compromise on ending the perversion.


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