Court to deliver Mahara verdict tomorrow
KATHMANDU: The Kathmandu District Court will pronounce its verdict in the Krishna Bahadur Mahara attempted rape case on Monday.
A single bench of Justice Amar Raj Paudel sought time to pronounce verdict on Mahara case today.
According to a court official, the verdict could not be delivered today due to time constraint and as such a decision could be expected tomorrow.
Former Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR) and ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) leader Krishna Bahadur Mahara was accused of attempting to rape a Federal Parliament employee.
A staffer at the Parliament Secretariat had filed a first information report on October 4, accusing Mahara of attempting to rape her on September 29 at her rented apartment in Tinkune, Kathmandu.