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SC's verdict testimony of rule of law

2023 Jan 28, 16:08, Kathmandu
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A central member of the Nepali Congress, Dr. Sekhar Koirala, has said the Supreme Court's order given on Friday is a testament of rule of the law in Nepal.

Leader Koirala said it while inaugurating the first convention of the Nepal Press Union Province-1 committee today. He viewed election to new President should be held before March 13. "As none is above the law, everyone should act in line with the constitution," Koirala added.

He further viewed the change in government as normal in politics. So, Nepali Congress, as the largest political party, has the possibility to lead the government at any time in the future.

Similarly, leader Koirala expressed worry that the politics of the Nepali Congress and of the country were in a difficult stage. The country is in a financially fragile situation.

He lauded the initiatives to reduce the number of ministries in all seven provinces, to which even the federal government could pay heed.

"The state coffers are getting emptied even to pay government employees and distribute social security allowance," he reminded, urging the government to slash day-to-day expenses and increase revenue.

On the occasion, National Assembly member Ramesh Jung Rayamajhi stressed the need for NC to devote itself to thoughts, vision, and organization.

Various other leaders including Rajiv Koirala and Amrit Aryal, and the central Chairperson of Nepal Press Union, Shiva Lamsal expressed views on the occasion.


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