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SC issues interlocutory interim order to stay implementation of decisions

KATHMANDU: The Supreme Court (SC) has issued an interlocutory interim order to not immediately implement the decisions of the incumbent government’s decision to sack four people who were given political appointment by erstthe while government. 
A single bench of SC Justice Bam Kumar Shrestha today issued the order. The government had decided to withdraw the appointments made by the erstwhile government after the election code of conduct was in place.
The court issued the order in response to the writ registered by victims demanding their reinstatement to the posts.
The court order stated the government’s decision to sack General Manager of Gorkhapatra Sansthan Basanta Kumar Upadhyay, Co Chairperson of National Cooperative Board, Chairperson of Integrated Bagmati Development Committee Narendra Raj Basent and Executive Director of Small and Cottage Industry Development Committee Nabin Raj Jha. RSS

Published Date: Friday, July 13th, 2018 | 11:55 PM

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