Four complaints filed against CJ nominee Mishra

Kathmandu, September 5

Four people have registered complaints against Supreme Court chief justice nominee Om Prakash Mishra till today, according to the Parliament Secretariat.

Spokesperson for the Parliament Secretariat Keshav Aryal said the complaints were against he verdicts delivered by the CJ nominee.

Sabitri Subedi,  a woman rights activist and a complainant, said she wanted to know why CJ nominee Mishra had ordered to give chance to former APF DIG Ranjan Koirala to present his arguments during a hearing in a case against his wife’s murder. Koirala was convicted in 2012 of murdering his wife.

She also said that she sought to know why Mishra’s allowed Ncell to repatriate the profits earned by the telecommunication service provider.

Subedi said Mishra’s bench also ordered to register a public land in individual’s name and she wanted to know why the decision was made. She has also questioned his academic qualification.