Seven Former ministers still ‘occupying’ govt quarters !

, July 0: There are government quarters at Pulchowk, , which are meant for the residential purpose for  the ministers of the federal Cabinet. 

The KP-Oli led Cabinet has only five members including four ministers. However, if you manage to cross the police guard  and make it to the minister’s residence in Pulchowk, you can still see dozens of ‘honorable ministers’.

The security guards at the main gate of the minister’s quarters are busy inspecting the relatives and allowing their entry into the residential area. 

The crowd inside the minister’s quarters, the noise and the clothes on balconies indicate that there are still dozens of ‘serving’ ministers in the country.

Following the dissolution of the House of Representatives (HoR), the Supreme Court issued an interim order that a caretaker prime minister can expand his/her Cabinet, leaving the Cabinet extension on June 3 and 10, inapplicable. The ministers were relieved from their ministerial portfolios. Singha Durbar, where most ministries are located,  has been left deserted, but the minister’s residence  is still ‘vibrant’.

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Hearing the writ petition filed by senior advocate Dinesh Tripathi, the apex court, on June 22, annuled the expansion of Cabinet by KP Oli in his capacity as the caretaker prime minister. A division bench of Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JBR and Justice Prakash Kumar Dhungana ordered that the twenty ministers including those from the Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP) be relieved of their positions as Cabinet members.

Although the ministers were dismissed from their posts following the court order, some ministers are still occupying the ministerial quarters. Former Health Minister Sher Bahadur Tamang, and Livestock Development Minister Jwala Kumari Sah, Industry, Commerce and Supply Minister Raj Kishor Yadav, Women, Children and Senior Minister Chandakumari Chaudhary, Water and Sanitation Minister Anil Kumar Jha, Forest and Environment Minister Narad Muni Rana and Labor and Employment Minister Bimal Prasad Srivastava are among those who are yet to leave the ministerial quarters or inform the authorities concerned about their departure or hand over the government belongings.

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According to the Office of Construction and Management of the Federal Secretariat, which is supposed to arrange quarters for the ministers, seven former ministers have yet left the quarters. Some of them  have locked their belongings in the quarters, while some other ex ministers are

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Seven Former ministers still ‘occupying’ govt quarters !

, July 10: There are government quarters at Pulchowk, Lalitpur , which are meant for the residential purpose for  the ministers of the federal Cabinet. 

The KP-Oli Cabinet has only five members including four ministers. However, if manage to cross the police guard  and make it to the ’s residence in Pulchowk, you can still see dozens of ‘honorable ministers’.

The security guards at the main gate of the minister’s quarters are inspecting the relatives and allowing their entry into the residential area. 

The crowd inside the minister’s quarters, the noise and the clothes on balconies indicate that there are still dozens of ‘serving’ ministers in the country.

Following the dissolution of the House of Representatives (HoR), the Supreme Court issued an interim order that a caretaker prime minister can expand his/her Cabinet, leaving the Cabinet extension on June 3 and 10, inapplicable. The ministers were relieved from their ministerial portfolios. Singha Durbar, where most ministries are located,  has been left deserted, but the minister’s residence  is still ‘vibrant’.

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Hearing the writ petition filed by senior advocate Dinesh Tripathi, the apex court, on June 22, annuled the expansion of Cabinet by KP Sharma Oli in his capacity as the caretaker prime minister. A division bench of Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JBR and Justice Prakash Kumar Dhungana ordered that the twenty ministers including 11 those from the Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP) be relieved of their positions as Cabinet members.

Although the ministers were dismissed from their posts following the court order, some ministers are still occupying the ministerial quarters. Former Health Minister Sher Bahadur Tamang, Agriculture and Livestock Development Minister Jwala Kumari Sah, Industry, Commerce and Supply Minister Raj Kishor Yadav, Women, Children and Senior Minister Chandakumari Chaudhary, Water and Sanitation Minister Anil Kumar Jha, Forest and Environment Minister Narad Muni Rana and Labor and Employment Minister Bimal Prasad Srivastava are among those are yet to leave the ministerial quarters or inform the authorities concerned about their departure or hand over the government belongings.

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According to the Office of Construction and Management of the Federal Secretariat, which is supposed to arrange quarters for the ministers, seven former ministers have not yet left the quarters. Some of them  have locked their belongings in the quarters, while some other ex ministers are

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Seven Former ministers still ‘occupying’ govt quarters !

, July 10: There are government quarters at Pulchowk, Lalitpur , which are meant for the residential purpose for  the ministers of the federal Cabinet. 

The KP-Oli led Cabinet has only five members including four ministers. However, if you manage to cross the police guard  and make it to the minister’s residence in Pulchowk, you can still see dozens of ‘honorable ministers’.

The security guards at the main gate of the minister’s quarters are busy inspecting the relatives and allowing their entry into the residential area. 

The crowd inside the minister’s quarters, the noise and the clothes on balconies indicate that there are still dozens of ‘serving’ ministers in the .

Following the dissolution of the House of Representatives (HoR), the Supreme Court issued an that a caretaker prime minister can expand his/her Cabinet, leaving the Cabinet extension on June 3 and 10, inapplicable. The ministers were relieved from their ministerial portfolios. Singha Durbar, where most ministries are located,  has been left deserted, but the minister’s residence  is still ‘vibrant’.

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Hearing the writ petition filed by senior advocate Dinesh Tripathi, the apex court, on June 22, annuled the expansion of Cabinet by KP Sharma Oli in his capacity as the caretaker prime minister. A division bench of Justice Cholendra Shumsher JBR and Justice Prakash Kumar Dhungana ordered that the twenty ministers including 11 those from the Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP) be relieved of their positions as Cabinet members.

Although the ministers were dismissed from their posts following the court order, some ministers are still occupying the ministerial quarters. Former Health Minister Sher Bahadur Tamang, Agriculture and Livestock Development Minister Jwala Kumari Sah, Industry, and Supply Minister Raj Kishor Yadav, Women, Children and Senior Citizens Minister Chandakumari Chaudhary, Water and Sanitation Minister Anil Kumar Jha, Forest and Environment Minister Narad Muni Rana and Labor and Employment Minister Bimal Prasad Srivastava are among those who are yet to leave the ministerial quarters or inform the authorities concerned about their departure or hand over the government belongings.

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According to the Office of Construction and Management of the Federal Secretariat, which is supposed to arrange quarters for the ministers, seven former ministers have not yet left the quarters. Some of them  have locked their belongings in the quarters, while some other ex ministers are

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Seven Former ministers still ‘occupying’ govt quarters !

KATHMANDU, July 10: There are government quarters at Pulchowk, Lalitpur , which are meant for the residential purpose for  the ministers of the federal Cabinet. 

The KP-Oli Cabinet has only five members including four ministers. However, if you manage to cross the police guard  and make it to the minister’s residence in Pulchowk, you can still see dozens of ‘honorable ministers’.

The security guards at the main gate of the minister’s quarters are busy inspecting the relatives and allowing their entry into the residential area. 

The crowd inside the minister’s quarters, the noise and the clothes on balconies indicate that there are still dozens of ‘serving’ ministers in the country.

Following the dissolution of the House of Representatives (HoR), the Supreme Court issued an interim order that a caretaker prime minister can expand his/her Cabinet, leaving the Cabinet extension on June 3 and 10, inapplicable. The ministers were relieved their ministerial portfolios. Singha Durbar, where most ministries are located,  has been left deserted, but the minister’s residence  is still ‘vibrant’.

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Hearing the writ petition filed by senior advocate Dinesh Tripathi, the apex court, on June 22, annuled the expansion of Cabinet by KP Sharma Oli in his capacity as the caretaker prime minister. A division bench of Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JBR and Justice Kumar Dhungana ordered that the twenty ministers including 11 those from the (JSP) be relieved of their positions as Cabinet members.

Although the ministers were dismissed from their posts following the court order, some ministers are still occupying the ministerial quarters. Former Health Minister Sher Bahadur Tamang, Agriculture and Livestock Development Minister Jwala Kumari Sah, Industry, Commerce and Supply Minister Raj Kishor Yadav, Women, Children and Senior Citizens Minister Chandakumari Chaudhary, Water and Sanitation Minister Anil Kumar Jha, Forest and Environment Minister Narad Muni Rana and Labor and Employment Minister Bimal Prasad Srivastava are among those who are yet to leave the ministerial quarters or inform the authorities concerned about their departure or hand over the government belongings.

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According to the Office of Construction and Management of the Federal Secretariat, which is supposed to arrange quarters for the ministers, seven former ministers have not yet left the quarters. Some of them  have locked their belongings in the quarters, while some other ex ministers are

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KATHMANDU: The number of active members in the Nepali Congress (NC) stands at 852,711, according to the report prepared by the Committee formed to...

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