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National Assembly approves interim rules of procedure

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KATHMANDU — The National Assembly met for the first time on Monday since the promulgation of the Constitution of Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal.

The maiden meeting of the NA held at the Federal Parliament building in New Baneswar endorsed unanimously the interim rules of procedures for the upper house. The meeting was chaired by the eldest member of the house Taradevi Bhatta.

Parsuram Meghi Gurung, Radheshyam Adhikari and Kali Bahadur Malla were nominated to act on behalf of the National Assembly Chair in her/his absence.

At the meeting that began at 4:23 in the afternoon, Chairperson Bhatta welcomed the members to the meeting and read out the letter from the President summoning the maiden meeting of the Federal Parliament. She also read out letter from the Office of the President that informed about the expansion of the cabinet held on various dates.

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The meeting then endorsed unanimously the proposal tabled by the Chair to approve the interim rules of procedures as per Article 86 of the Constitution.

The NA is made up of 59 members. However, three members appointed on the recommendation of the Government could not attend the meeting as they did not take the oath of office and secrecy yesterday, due to an order from the Supreme Court.

There are 27 members representing the CPN-UML, 13 from the NC, 12 from CPN-MC and two each from Rastriya Janata Party and Federal Socialist Forum.

Of the total members, 21 are women and 35 men with a six-year term. The term of one-third of the members’ will however expire every two years.

The National Assembly will meet next at 11:00 am Tuesday.

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Dipak Manange sent to Dilli Bazar jail

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KATHMANDU — Absconding murder accused Rajib Gurung, aka Deepak Manange, who was arrested on Thursday, has been sent to Dilli Bazar jail today.

Manange,who had won the PA seat from Manang in the provincial election from Provice 4, was presented at the Kathmandu District Court and sent to Dillibazaar jail as per the court’s verdict, according to police.

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The Supreme Court (SC) in January had convicted Manange in an attempted murder case and sentenced him to five years imprisonment. He was on the run since the Apex Court upheld the Patan Appellate Court’s verdict to jail him for five years in an attempted murder case.

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