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NBA claims its demonstration not to affect court business

2023 Jul 04, 17:01,
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Nepal Bar Association has said today's activities of the court would not be affected by the demonstration launched in protest of arrest of an advocate. The advocate was arrested in connection with his alleged involvement in an incident of thrashing an employee in the court.

Although the NBA held protest demonstrations today, activities of courts including the Supreme Court have not been halted.

NBA had not conducted hearing on regular cases except for hearing on habeas corpus cases on Monday.

General-Secretary of NBA, Anjita Khanal said the demonstration has been launched without affecting court activities and service recipients.

Police have arrested advocate Amir Lamichhane on the charge of manhandling an employee of the District Court, Lalitpur, Premika Tamang. The Bar has been protesting the arrest of advocate Lamichhane. It has been demanding to release advocate Lamichhane within 24 hours, to make CCTV footage public and to register Lamichhane's affidavit.

Police had arrested Lamichhane saying he attacked Tamang, Nayab Subba (Non-Gazetted First Class Officer) of the District Court, Lalitpur, on June 28 in her office at the Court. Tamang had lodged a complaint against Lamichhane on the same day.

Judge and employees of Lalitpur District Court held discussion on this matter at the Supreme Court today, said Spokesperson at the Supreme Court, Bimal Poudel.



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