Writ petition filed in the Supreme Court demanding election to be held on the fixed date

Kathmandu: While a writ petition against the dissolution of the House of Representatives is being heard in the Supreme Court’s constitutional bench, another writ has been filed demanding  the election to be held on the fixed date.

The hearing of  a writ petition filed by advocate Deepak Vikram Mishra on Sunday has been fixed today. An interim order has been sought not to engage in activities affecting the election, saying that the election should be held on time as specified in the writ petition.

With the government dissolving the House of Representatives and announcing new election dates in two phases on 17th and 27th of Baisakh, activities that could affect the election have been demanded to be stopped. 


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