In line with the verdict, the government will have to summon a session of the House of representatives within 13 days.
KATHMANDU, FEBRUARY 23
The Supreme Court of Nepal has passed its verdict on the House Dissolution case.
The SC has deemed Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's move to dissolve the House an unconstitutional move, thereby overturning the decision, spokesperson at the Supreme Court Bhadrakali Pokhrel told The Himalayan Times.
The Constitutional bench comprising five members deemed the decision of the government void.
With this decision, the House of Representatives has now been reinstated.
In line with the verdict, the government will have to summon a session of the House within 13 days.
As many as 13 writ petitions were filed at the Apex Court against Oli-government's move, calling it unconstitutional.
The court had earlier today summoned all the writ petitioners for the final verdict.