KATHMANDU, March 16: Federal Parliament Secretariat Joint Secretary and Spokesperson Rojnath Pandey has said that the impeachment motion registered against suspended Chief Justice Cholendra SJB Rana will remain as a property of parliament after the government announced the end of the federal parliament session effective from Tuesday night. With the end of the parliament session, many people are curious as to what will happen to the impeachment motion which was registered against the chief justice.
Spokesperson Pandey said that the impeachment motion against Chief Justice Rana has already been registered in parliament and now the lawmakers will discuss in principle and present their views after which the Impeachment Recommendation Committee will conduct an investigation.
Although there is a process of investigating the 21 points registered in the impeachment motion and submitting the report to the House, the impeachment process will remain as the property of parliament as the federal parliament session has ended.
Spokesperson Pandey said that the process of impeachment motion would be included and discussed in the next session. He also said that the Business Advisory Committee will be holding a meeting in the upcoming days to collect suggestions to finalize the agendas of the impeachment motion process against CJ Rana.
According to Spokesperson Pandey, even after the end of the federal parliament session, there has been a practice of passing bills in the budget session in the past and the impeachment motion against CJ Rana may be discussed in such sessions.