Senior Advocate Thapa asks- Does PM have entirely different copy of constitution?
Kathmandu, 25 January (2021) - Senior Advocate Shambhu Thapa said that the existing constitution does not allow the prime minister to dissolve the parliament.
Presenting his arguments in the constitutional bench led by Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JB Rana, Thapa said that no matter how many times one leafs through the constitution or speaks for hours the statute does not give permission to the PM to disband the House of Representatives.
"Does the PM has entirely different copy of the constitution?" he asked.
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