Cases against dissolution of parliament: Writ petitioners conclude arguments
Kathmandu, 31 January (2021) - Lawyers arguing on behalf of writ petitioners against government's decision of dissolving the parliament have concluded their agreements.
Their arguments came to a close after 13 days of continuous hearing.
Lawyers from the government side including Attorney General Agni Kharel will start presenting arguments from Monday, Supreme Court's Communications Specialist Kishor Poudel told Lokantar.
Advocates Lokendra Oli, Khimananda Adhikari, Purna Prakash Basnet, Dinesh Lamichhane, Keshar Jung KC and others argued in the cases Sunday.
Constitutional bench of the Supreme Court has been hearing on 13 cases against disbandment of House of Representatives since 17 January.
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