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‘To save the court, Chief Justice Rana should give an ‘exit’

A meeting of the Supreme Court judges held on Monday also concluded that Chief Justice Jabara should resign as he was the main problem of the court.

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- The Nepal Bar Association has also demanded the resignation of Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra.

He has ruled that the resignation of Chief Justice Jabara is inevitable to save the court. Chairman Chandeshwor Shrestha said that the ’emergency meeting of the bar held on Monday had decided that the issue should be resolved by the Chief Justice.

“We have decided that there should be an exit from the chief justice,” said Bar President Chandeshwar Shrestha. “We will make the formal decision public only on Tuesday.”

A meeting of the Supreme Court judges held on Monday also concluded that Chief Justice Jabra should resign as he was the main problem of the court.

It has been alleged that Jawara pressured his elder brother Gajendra Hamal to become a minister. Although Hamal resigned less than three days after his appointment after widespread criticism, the crisis of Chief Justice Jawara has not abated. Jabra is also accused of forcing his brother-in-law to resign out of embarrassment.

Jabara, who has expressed reluctance to implement the automated muscle system, has voiced his resignation from the judiciary saying that he has been involved in several corruption scandals, the case of former DIG Ranjan Koirala and the judiciary. But the major political parties are silent on the issue.

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