Tuesday, March 06, 2007

No immediate action against King: Report
Though the government is facing pressure from various fronts to take action against the King as per the Rayamajhi Commission’s report, the cabinet meeting has decided not to take action against the king immediately.
According to Kantipur daily, Monday’s meeting of the council of ministers has agreed to take action against political parties through political consensus and asked the ministries, departments and authorities concerned to take action against guilty persons, who are in government service.
In the case of the King, in view of the clear commitments expressed by the political parties to decide his fate at the first meeting of the constituent assembly, the meeting decided to ‘do accordingly’, the paper adds.
The high level commission led by former Justice of the Supreme Court to probe the atrocities committed to suppress the April movement of the country has recommended action against 202 people including then chair of the government King Gyanendra.
The Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority has started action against some people as per the recommendation of the task force headed by Deputy Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli to study the Rayamajhi Commission’s report.

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