Ruling party lawmaker accuses judiciary of failing to accept people’s verdict

Lawmaker Pampha Bhusal during a meeting of the House of Representatives.

Kathmandu, September 17

Pampha Bhusal, a member of the House of Representatives on behalf of the ruling Nepal Community Party, has accused the judiciary of the country of failing to accept democracy and people’s verdict.

Bhusal’s statement comes after Biratnagar High Court ordered police to release suspects of a notorious 33.5 kg gold smuggling case. Earlier also, the Supreme Court had forced the government to withdraw its decisions regarding political appointments.

Speaking at the House meeting today, she said the court reversing decisions of the government was a serious problem.

“The judiciary has not been able to accept the changes, democratic values and people’s verdict,” she said, “The government’s decisions have been frequently reversed after one day, week or month.”

“I appeal to the court to accept the changes.”

Published on September 17th, Monday, 2018 3:29 PM

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