NBA 27th central executive council and the general meeting kick off
The House should dissolve and a new mechanism to should be started to move ahead by remaining The House of Representatives Declaration-2006 has given peace to the Nepali people from feudal elements, attorney-general Yagya Murti Banjade said .
Inaugurating the 27th central executive council and the general meeting of Nepal Bar Association in Janakpurdham, he said it was necessary to be alert, saying the government has always conspired against embracing the democratic culture.Banjade said the concept of inclusive democracy should be taken up through the medium of consensus by keeping intact the sovereignty of the people.“It is necessary for the judges to keep alive the issues of independent judiciary, rights and the rule of law,” he said, adding that Janakpur has always been in the forefront in the struggle for democracy.
President of the Nepal Bar Association Shambhu Thapa said it was necessary to remain vigilant regarding the danger of the conspiracies of elements trying to bring about instability and break up the alliance of the seven political parties.Noting that the HoR’s Declaration-2006 is a part of the Constitution, he pointed out the need of drafting an equitable and representative Constitution.
Former President duo of the Association, Harihar Dahal and Bishwakanta Mainali stressed the need of protecting the rights of the people as per the spirit of the people?s movement and how to make the House of Representatives Declaration effective through the joint efforts of all.Judge at the Appellate Court, Janakpur Raghab Lal Baidhya said that all things should be transformed in the changed context.At the programme presided over by Nepal Bar Association, Janakpur Shyam Kumar Mishra, senior advocates Yugal Kishor Lal, Khem Narayan Dhungana, Ramji Mainali, CPN-UML Central Member Ramchandra Jha, Nepali Congress Dhanusha District President Ramkrishna Yadav, President of Nepali Congress (Democratic) Ram Saroj Yadav, Kishori Saha of the United Left Front, advocate Binod Sharma among others also expressed their views.The General Meeting will last till Saturday.