NT: Nepal: The Supreme Court will convey its decision on a case documented by DIG Nawaraj Silwal on September 12.
Dive Silwal has guaranteed in his writ appeal to that he has the most elevated stamps in the execution assessment report, and along these lines, he ought to be elevated to the post of auditor general of Nepal Police. The summit court will likewise convey its decision on a case recorded by Prakash Aryal on September 12.
Aryal, who was elevated to the post of reviewer general after the Supreme Court suppressed the administration’s choice to advance DIG Jaya Bahadur Chand, has contended in his writ appeal to that he ought to likewise be considered for advancement. Senior supporters Shambhu Thapa, Badri Bahadur Thapa and Advocate Tika Ram Bhattarai argued in the interest of Silwal.
The administration’s agents have contended before a seven-part full seat of the Supreme Court that DIG Nawaraj Silwal doctored his execution assessment answer to assert advancement to the post of reviewer general of Nepal Police.
These cases are being heard in a seven-part full seat that involves Chief Justice Gopal Parajuli, and judges Om Prakash Mishra, Kedar Prasad Chalise, Sharada Prasad Ghimire, Meera Khadka, Prakash Man Singh Raut and Purushottam Bhandari.
The SC, on March 21, had suppressed the administration’s choice to choose Jaya Bahadur Chand as the assessor general of Nepal Police. The administration had selected Prakash Aryal as the IGP on April 10.
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