New Delhi: The caretaker Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli has suffered a big blow from the Supreme Court of Nepal. The Supreme Court of Nepal overturned the decision of PM KP Sharma Oli and ordered the reinstatement of the Nepali Parliament. On the recommendation of KP Oli, President Bidya Deb Bhandari dissolved the Nepali parliament on December 20 last year. Now, a five-member constitutional bench under the leadership of Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher JBR, ordered the reinstatement of Parliament, said that the government should convene a session of Parliament within 13 days.
Let us tell you that after the recommendation of Prime Minister Oli, the President dissolved the Parliament of Nepal. The House of Representatives of Nepal has 275 members. Along with this, PM Oli had also announced to hold the April-May elections. After this step of Oli, the Nepal Community Party led by Pushp Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ demonstrated against Oli. During the meeting of the Central Committee of the party, it was decided to expel KP Oli from Nepal Communist Party.
13 writ petitions were filed
13 writ petitions were filed in the Nepali Supreme Court against the decision of KP Sharma Oli to dissolve the House of Representatives of Nepal. Among those who filed the petition, besides the Communist Party chief whip Dev Prasad Gurung, many other people were also involved. On these petitions filed with the demand of restoring the house, the court has now ordered to restore the lower house, giving a big blow to Oli.
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