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October 30, Kathmandu. The five ruling parties have said that the stalemate in the Supreme Court should be resolved immediately.

The first meeting of the coordination committee comprising top leaders of the five parties held on Tuesday spoke about the agitation demanding the resignation of Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra.

“We are of the view that the independence, dignity, credibility and cleanliness of the judiciary, which are important organs of the state, should be maintained as soon as possible. We hope so. ‘

Deuba in the mood of waiting and watching

At the meeting of the coordination committee held at the PM’s residence in Baluwatar, coordinator Ram Chandra Poudel and others made the crisis of the judiciary a topic of discussion.

Prime Minister and Nepali Congress president Sher Bahadur Deuba said, “Let’s not talk.” UCPN (Maoist) Central Committee Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal refrained from saying that he was embarrassed by the issue of Prachanda Court but was sensitive, while UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Madhav Kumar Nepal did not speak.

Other leaders, however, said that the court should not remain silent on the issue. He stressed on the need to form a common view saying that other parties would play if the parties were to remain silent. UCPN (M) leader Narayan Kaji Shrestha said that attention was drawn to the stalemate in the court and that the issue should be resolved immediately.

However, Prime Minister Deuba did not agree with the word ‘immediate exit’. He said that there was a situation where the judges of the Supreme Court were in a dilemma. He said that we should hope for an exit.

Deuba’s joint statement added, “We hope that there will be an exit as soon as possible. We hope that there will be an initiative from all concerned to give a quick exit.”

‘Prime Minister and Chief Justice should take initiative’

According to members of the five-party coordination committee, the essence of Tuesday’s statement was that Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba should take the initiative along with Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra to end the stalemate in the court.

One of the leaders said, “We should not interfere in the administration of justice in the courts, but the head of government should not sit idly by when the judiciary itself is about to be damaged.” We believe that attention should be paid to the exit. ‘

However, leaders say they have not yet reached a consensus on whether Chief Justice Jabbar should resign. One leader said, “The prime minister is in the mood to wait and see.”

The Nepal Bar Association is agitating for the resignation of Chief Justice Jabra while the Supreme Court judges are not sitting in the bench. The five judges, who had split from the disgruntled group of judges, also agreed not to share the bench with Chief Justice Jabra until the ballot is implemented.


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