KATHMANDU: The Supreme Court of Nepal has put off the final hearing on the writ petition filed by DIG Nawaraj Silwal scheduled for today. Challenging the government decision to appoint Prakash Aryal the Inspector General of Nepal Police, Silwal had moved the apex court. Though scheduled for today, Acting Chief Justice Gopal Parajuli did not include the final hearing on the high-profile case, which apparently provoked the ruling parties to move an impeachment motion against Chief Justice Sushila Karki, in today's cause list. After the government accused Silwal of forging evidence and allegedly detained him, Silwal filed a supplementary writ petition. In response to the petition, a division bench of Justices Jagadish Sharma Paudel, Ishwar Khatiwada and Tej Bahadur KC on April 25 ordered the government not to initiate any action against the plaintiff until the adjudication of the writ petition, filed by him against the IGP appointment. Earlier on March 21, responding to Silwal's writ petition, the full bench of SC, chaired by Chief Justice Sushila Karki, had revoked the appointment of Jaya Bahadur Chand as the IGP, and dubbed the February 12 decision flawed, arbitrary and bizarre example of pick and choose.   READ ALSO: