RCCC officials holding meeting
Kathmandu Feb 13- The RCCC chief Bhakta Bahadur Koirala after holding an emergency meeting for nearly one and a half hour said, "We will respect the verdict given by Supreme Court today. I will not have to come to this office from tomorrow. However, I will have not regrets about the works I executed as the RCCC chairman, since those were all related to eradication of corruption."
On being asked as to what he would do with the official documents prepared when the RCCC was functional, he said that those documents would be handed over to a concerned government body after the government's Attorney General and court will decide on it.
The RCCC spokesperson Prem Raj Karki when asked what he would do next after the court's verdict said, "It's not necessary to go to the supreme court to prove its legality."
He also informed that the officials of the RCCC including the security men will be sent back to their respective departments from where they were earlier sent for.
"We knew since yesterday that the Royal Commission would be declared null and void today. That's why have already packed up all the official documents by this morning," said one official.