Mandamus safeguards the Constitution, democracy: PM Deuba


Mandamus safeguards the Constitution, democracy: PM Deuba

Prime Minister Deuba says SC should resolve issues in justice system

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba speaking during a program at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar. (Photo: RSS)

KATMANDU: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that the mandamus order issued by the Supreme Court protects the Constitution and democracy.

In his address to a program organized by the Central Executive Committee of Nepal Tarun Dal in Kathmandu today, marking the 68th establishment of the youth wing of CN Tarun Dal, the CN President and the Prime Minister were of the opinion that c ‘was the order of mandamus who had been the savior of Parliament, the Constitution and democracy.

“KP Sharma Oli (former Prime Minister) did not obtain the constitutional right to dissolve Parliament, it was the Supreme Court which had protected the Constitution twice when Parliament was dissolved in an unconstitutional manner”, a- he said, adding that he didn’t have any sense to argue. that the (current) government, a coalition of five political parties, did not have a popular mandate. The government has a clear majority, he said.

He added that the government and his party preferred not to talk about the issue of the chief justice and the tribunal. “It is the internal question of the tribunal which is alone capable of resolving it.” He took the time to clarify that the Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply, Gajendra Hamal, had resigned from his post as leader of the NC.

The CN chairman further stressed that Tarun Dal’s role was essential to make the party’s 14th General Convention a success.

On this occasion, President Deuba received a letter of congratulations in recognition of his tireless contribution to the democratic movement and for having been a source of inspiration for the youth of the party by the president of Tarun Dal, Jeet Jung Basnet.

Former Tarun Dal President and Interior Minister Bal Krishna Khand said the role of young people was crucial in making the party competent, consolidated, effective and successful. “Young people are the main pillar and strength of the party and they should be united and empowered to further strengthen the party. “

Interior Minister Khand said the current coalition government was formed to protect democracy and the constitution, stressing the equal role of young people in its success. The party will only achieve victory in the next general election if the tendency to criticize its own party leaders ends, he added.

Water Supply and Sanitation Minister Umakanta Chaudhary called on young people to come forward to defend democracy, institutionalize the party ideology and take responsibility for it.

Expressing his concern that Tarun Dal is not in great shape, he urged young people to unite to build a Nepalese Congress that “belongs to all and that is good”. Minister Chaudhary also underlined the mobilization of young people in the right way because they are the future and the wealth of the nation.

Former Tarun Dal Chairman and Former Minister Mahendra Yadav said Tarun Dal should be united and active to help make the party stronger. Young people have a key role to ensure a majority victory for the Nepalese Congress in the next elections.

Tarun Dal Chairman Jeetjung Basnet said Tarun Dal will always be determined to strengthen the party and fight injustice, anomalies and aberrations.

Interior Minister Khand and Minister Chaudhary were celebrated by presenting a letter of appreciation on the occasion. Likewise, the former presidents of Dal Yadav, Binod Prakash Kayastha and Udaya Shumsher Rana were also congratulated by presenting them with shawls as a sign of honor.

Media and literary writer Dr Nawaraj Lamsal who wrote the lyrics to Tarun Dal’s hymn was also congratulated on the program.

Nepal Tarun Dal was formed on 10 Kartik in 2010 BS at the initiative of the founding leader of the Nepalese Congress Bishweshwor Prasad Koirala. It has remained dormant after then-King Mahendra arrested BP Koirala, the first popularly elected prime minister, on January 1, 2017 BS.

The Tarun Dal was reactivated in 2054 BS by Girija Prasad Koirala, then president of the NC, and it has extended its organization since then.


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