Friday, September 30, 2005

SC Stay Order To Govt in Civil Servants' Case

Kathmandu, Sept 30-The Supreme Court today issued a stay order to the government authorities on a case regarding two-month-old amendment in the Civil Service Act 1992 banning the government employees to form unions.
Following a hearing conducted today, a three-member bench of justices Sharada Prasad Pundit, Hari Jung Sijapati and Top Bahadur Magar today told the government authorities not to confiscate the property of the unions as per the amended act. The court also told the authorities not to make any other interventions in the matters of unions of government employees.
Chairman of the Civil Servants Organization of Nepal Murari Bhattrai said that the order has justified the legality of the union.

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