Meanwhile, the government has been requested to explain why the House was dissolved by the court.
The court, however, did not issue the petitioners’ requested temporary relief. The House would have been reinstated until the next ruling if the interim order had been given.
Despite the fact that over two dozen petitions were filed in opposition to the move, the court opted to treat the petition filed by opposition leader Sher Bahadur Deuba as the primary petition and include others in it.
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The Supreme Court will hear the House dissolution case again on June 23.