SC requires original files from EC in response to writ filed by UML Chair Oli
Kathmandu, 21 September (2021) - The Supreme Court (SC) has required an original copy of the file pertaining to the party disassociation after hearing the writ petition regarding the dismissal of 14 lawmakers recommended by the CPN (UML).
A division bench comprising SC judges Deepak Kumar Karki and Dr Kumar Chudal today issued an order asking for the file from the Election Commission to discuss whether or not an an interim order needs to be issued on the writ. The bench decided to demand the file regarding the EC August 25 decision in regard with the disassociation from the party.
Similarly, the court has required the August 29 original file in regard with the case relating to Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota and the original file about the letter dispatched on August 20 by the Lumbini Province Speaker.
It may be noted that UML Chair KP Sharma Oli had moved the SC against the EC for its endorsement to form a new party verifying the signatures of 14 lawmakers who faced action from the party.
Likewise, Oli has accused HoR Speaker Sapkota of not relieving 14 lawmakers from their positions despite being informed of the same by the party. The petition has named 14 lawmakers, the HoR Speaker, EC and the Lumbini Province Assembly Speaker as the defendants.
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