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High Court issues interim order not to implement letter sent to NRNA by Nepal Foreign Ministry


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

After the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal directed the NRNA Central Committee to hand over the responsibility of electing the NRNA to the Council of Patrons, the NRNA had filed a case against the government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Patan High Court seeking an extradition order.

Advocates Sher Bahadur KC, Bhimarjun Acharya, and Satish Chandra Pokhrel spoke on behalf of the association.

However, a source said that Sunil Kumar Pokhrel, a lawyer who was seeking legal advice on behalf of Kul Acharya, a candidate for the post, did not come from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As he was not invited to the debate, there was a debate for about an hour saying that he should not participate in the debate. He was then given a place to debate.

“Why should a lawyer giving legal advice to a person argue that a government lawyer should come to the case against the government?” There was a dispute for some time saying that you are not invited.

However, a source told Nepal24hours.com that he had come to debate on behalf of the Guardian Council.

NRA Central Secretary-General Dr. Hemraj Sharma confirmed that the court had issued an interim order not to implement the letter.”

Some activists say the court’s ruling on Sunday paved the way for union elections.

However, another source said that the court had given the order for a short period of time and another order would be issued after hearing the arguments of both parties.

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