President’s Office furnishes written response to court, says President implemented constitutional provision

KATHMANDU, July 10: The President’s Office has furnished a written response to the Supreme Court, arguing that the of the President could not be sued while she was accomplishing the duty as per constitutional provisions.

Officiating Secretary at the President’s Office, Rup Narayan Bhattarai, submitted the written response via the Office of the Attorney General, stating that no case could be filed against the President while fulfilling her constitutional responsibilities.

“Article 61 (2) of constitution has given authority to the President to discharge her duty as per constitution federal law,” he said, reminding that Act relating to her remuneration and incentives, 2074 has the immunity- she has not filed a case against her activities during the tenure.

Moreover, the written response stated that any activities of the President are done as per of the Council of Ministers in line w

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President’s Office furnishes written response to court, says President implemented constitutional provision

KATHMANDU, July 10: The President’s Office furnished a written response to the Supreme Court, arguing that the activities of the President could be sued while she was accomplishing the duty as per constitutional provisions.

Officiating Secretary at the President’s Office, Rup Narayan Bhattarai, submitted the written response via the Office of the Attorney General, stating that no case could be filed against the President while fulfilling constitutional responsibilities.

“Article 61 (2) of constitution has given authority to the President to discharge her duty as per constitution and federal law,” he said, reminding that Act relating to her remuneration and incentives, 2074 has the immunity- she has not filed a case against her activities during the tenure.

Moreover, the written response stated that any activities of the President are done as per recommendation of the Council of Ministers in line w

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President’s Office furnishes written response to court, says President implemented constitutional provision

KATHMANDU, July 10: The President’s Office has furnished a written response to the Supreme Court, arguing that the activities of the President could not be sued while she was accomplishing the duty as per constitutional provisions.

Officiating Secretary at the President’s Office, Rup Narayan Bhattarai, submitted the written response via the Office of the Attorney General, stating that no case could be filed against the President while fulfilling her constitutional responsibilities.

“Article 61 (2) of constitution has given authority to the President to discharge her duty as per constitution and federal law,” he said, reminding that Act relating to her remuneration and incentives, 2074 has the immunity- she has not filed a case against her activities during the tenure.

Moreover, the written response stated that any activities of the President done as per recommendation of the of Ministers in line w

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President’s Office furnishes written response to court, says President implemented constitutional provision

KATHMANDU, July 10: The President’s Office furnished a written response to the Supreme Court, arguing that the activities of the President could not be sued while she was accomplishing the duty as per constitutional provisions.

Officiating Secretary at the President’s Office, Rup Narayan , submitted the written response via the Office of the Attorney General, stating that no case could be filed against the President while fulfilling her constitutional responsibilities.

“Article 61 (2) of has given authority to the President to discharge her duty as per constitution and federal law,” he said, reminding that Act relating to her remuneration and incentives, 2074 has the immunity- she has not filed a case against her activities during the tenure.

Moreover, the written response stated that any activities of the President are done as per of the Council of Ministers in line w

full story at Rato Pati

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