Council of Ministers Meeting: Discussion on withdrawal of case, report of Lal Commission to be made public
KATHMANDU: The demand of the People’s Socialist Party to withdraw a case has been discussed in the cabinet meeting on Thursday. A Minister informed that the issue of withdrawal was discussed at the recently concluded cabinet meeting.
According to the Minister, the case that can be withdrawn by the government will be done through the Attorney General. Similarly, the government will facilitate the cases pending in the court that cannot be withdrawn.
“This has been discussed politically in today’s meeting. The agreement will be made public after completing all the legal procedures,” the Minister told Nepal Press. Similarly, the government is ready to make public the report of the Lal Commission headed by former judge Girish Chandra Lal formed to study the atrocities committed during the Madhes movement.
PSP has made the issue of making the report of the commission public a matter of prestige. However, the government did not make it public. It is said that after the government has done this much, many demands raised by PSP leader Mahanta Thakur will be addressed and ways will be opened for power sharing.