The Supreme Court of Nepal on Tuesday evening overturned Oli-Government's December 20 decision to dissolve the House of Representatives.

With this, the uncertainty surrounding the political scenario has receded to an extent.

Leaders of disgruntled faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Madhav Kumar Nepal have welcomed the court's decision.

Ram Kumari Jhankri, leader of Dahal-Nepal faction of ruling Nepal Communist Party, expressed that the reinstatement of the Lower House of the Parliament was necessary to correct the unconstitutional wrongdoings of the 'whimsical ruler'. "This step has ended the fascist intentions while respecting the will of the people."

Jhakri, who has been very vocal against PM Oli's actions, was recently apprehended by the Nepal Police on orders of the government for her strong statements against the Prime Minister and the President.

Former Tourism Minister Yogesh Bhattarai has said that this decision has ensured the victory of the people and of democracy,

Likewise, leader of the Dahal-Nepal faction of the NCP Bishnu Rijal has said that the historical verdict is in fact the victory of constitutionalism.

Likewise, leaders in opposition too have expressed respite over the court's decision to quash the President's decision on recommendation of Oli Government. Nepali Congress leader Gagan Thapa said that the Supreme Court has protected the Constitution and by reinstating the House, reinstated people's faith in the judiciary. Furthermore, the main opposition party's spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma, mirroring Thapa's sentiments, said that the court's decision will discourage such intentions in future.

Meanwhile, former Prime Minister and senior leader of Janata Samajwadi Party Baburam Bhattarai who is in the Indian capital of New Delhi took to Twitter expressing elation after the House reinstatement decision.

Civil society members too have hailed the court's decision to nullify dissolution of House. However, many have cautioned that their ongoing protests under the banner of Brihat Nagarik Andolan will continue reasoning that their movement is not against a person but the peculiar characteristic of the Nepali state which does not treat all its citizens equally and against the prevalent political culture.

Former Chief Justice Sushila Karki has welcomed the decision made by the Constitutional Bench in favour of the Constitution of Nepal.

However, at the end of the court's verdict, everybody has one question lingering on their minds- What will Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's next move be?