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High Court issues interim order not to implement Foreign Ministry letter


N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- The High Court has issued an interim order again this Sunday not to implement the letters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding the upcoming election of NRNA and the 10th General Convention.

A bench of Patan High Court Judge Shriman Kumar Gautam and another judge Narishwar Bhandari issued the order.

On behalf of the Opposition Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Krishna Mohan Koirala, Co-Attorney of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, Patan, and Muna Poudel, Co-Attorney, argued.

Shambhu Thapa, Sunil Kumar Pant, and Sunil Kumar Pokhrel spoke on behalf of Dr. Shesh Ghale.

Chairman Kumar Pant said that the court order issued today has now opened the way for the tenth general convention and election of NRNA.

The court in its order has ordered not to implement the letters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and not to stop the activities of the NRNA.

With this decision, the way for the forthcoming NRNA convention and the election is easily opened legally and legally.

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