Chief Justice Rana forms 8 benches from his official residence to hear cases
KATHMANDU: Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JB Rana on Friday formed eight benches to hear the cases amid protest from Nepal Bar Association.
The Chief Justice formed the benches from his official residence in Baluwatar to hear the cases after the lawyers associated with the Nepal Bar Association on Thursday warned that they would not allow him to enter the Supreme Court today.
The lawyers have been staging a demonstration outside the Supreme Court.
The Chief Justice has also fixed the date to hear 223 cases by forming eight benches from his official residence in Baluwatar. He formed eight joint benches apart from him.
Deepak Kumar Karki and Kumar Chudal, Mira Khadka and Prakashman Singh Raut, Hari Kirshna Karki and Bishowmbar Prasad Shrestha, Ananda Mohan Bhattarai and Sushmalata Mathema, Bam Kumar Shrestha and Manoj Kumar Sharma, Prakash Kumar Dhungana and Nahakul Subedi and Tej Bahadur KC and Kumar Regmi are in the joint bench.