Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba, the leader of the main opposition party, has shared that he will not attend the meeting of the Constitutional Council on Sunday.

In a press release issued today, Deuba explained that he would not be a part of the meeting in a situation where the government itself has promulgated such ordinance which has infringed the main objective of the Constitution. Saying that, he also urged other members of the Council not to take part in the meeting.

The main opposition leader and former prime minister condemned that the ordinance struck against the main pillar of the Constitution and pulled apart the constitutional structures.

He stated that the ordinance was in opposition with the parliamentary norms. He further claimed that the government's intention was not in the right place while promulgating such ordinances, time and again.

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