Case of dissolution of Nepali parliament reached the Supreme Court

Political instability has begun after the announcement of mid-term elections by dissolving the government in Nepal. Three petitions have been filed in the Supreme Court against the decision. The party has initiated disciplinary action against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.

The revolt in the party has intensified. Olly opponents demonstrated on the streets and burnt effigies. Events in Nepal had changed rapidly on Sunday. Prime Minister Oli's cabinet recommended the dissolution of the government. The President approved this and announced to hold elections in April-May.

Three petitions have been filed in the Supreme Court against the decision to dissolve the government. The petitioners made this decision called the murder of the constitution. Supreme Court spokesperson Bhadarkali Pokharel has confirmed the petitions.

A petitioner advocate Dinesh Tripathi said in the constitution. The Prime Minister has no privilege to dissolve the government. Law experts believe that the decision may take up to two weeks after the petition is registered.