A writ appeal has been recorded at the Supreme Court against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s choice to reshuffle the Council of Ministers.
Senior supporter Dinesh Tripathi and promoter Kanchan Krishna Neupane have recorded a writ at the zenith court looking for an abrogation of the new reshuffle of the Cabinet refering to that since the current government is a guardian government it didn’t have the power to do as such. They have referenced that reshuffling the Council of Ministers by an overseer government is unlawful.
Senior supporter Tripathi has expressed that since the House has been broken up and dates for mid-term races declared PM Oli is not any more a parliamentarian. He added that according to the constitution once an individual is not, at this point a parliamentarian then their position is viewed as invalid and void, subsequently the Oli government is an overseer government.
PM Oli had reshuffled the Council of Ministers on June 4 by including 10 priests from the Janata Samajbadi Party-Nepal and two from CPN UML.