Parliamentary Committee endorses Mishra as new CJ
KATHMANDU: The Parliamentary Hearing Committee has endorsed Om Prakash Mishra as the Chief Justice. A meeting of the Committee today unanimously endorsed the name of Mishra proposed as the new CJ. The Committee conducted hearings on complaints filed against Mishra before giving its approval to appoint him as the chief judge of the Supreme Court of Nepal, according to Committee coordinator Laxmanlal Karna. The Committee received four complaints against him, but one of them later withdrew the complaint. The parliamentary hearings were conducted on remaining three complaints.
Published Date: Monday, September 10th, 2018 | 09:11 PM
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