A bench of four judges will hear in the Supreme Court against Oli

The Supreme Court in Nepal has accepted the petitions filed in the case of dissolution of the government. A bench of four judges including the Chief Justice will be heard from Friday. The Supreme Court dismissed the demand for an interim order on Ollie's decision.

Here, a faction in the Communist Party of Nepal has removed Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli as the leader of the parliamentary party and elected the party's executive convenor Pushp Kamal Dahal Prachanda as the leader of the parliamentary party. After removing KP Sharma Oli from the post of parliamentary party leader, senior leader, and former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar proposed to elect Prachanda as the leader of the parliamentary party.

The proposal was unanimously accepted at the meeting. Prachanda said in the meeting that his party's priority is to restore the dissolved parliament and form a new government. He said that all democratic forces will be united.

The day before the Supreme Court has handed over 12 petitions to 12 judges against KP Sharma Oli in the case of dissolution of Parliament. The bench will also include Chief Justice of Supreme Court Cholendra Shamsher JB Rana. The Supreme Court bench will hear this important case from Friday. The court has rejected the petitioners' demand for an interim order.

The staunch faction of the Communist Party has told the Election Commission that they have a two-thirds majority in the party, so the Commission should recognize them as a party. Leela Mani Pokharel, leader of the strong faction and a member of the party's Standing Committee, has said that the Central Committee has 315 members in her support.