Kathmandu, June 27: The Law, Justice and Human Rights Committee of the House of Representatives has agreed to finalize the bill related to the Administrative Court by forging a common concept on issues like its formation and scope of its work.
Committee president Krishna Bhakta Pokharel said a meeting of the committee held at Singha Durbar today has agreed to systematize the works, duties and responsibilities of the Administrative Court including expanding its scope of work and the basis of the cases.
He said it will be appropriate to make provision for a similar type of court for administering justice based on equality to the employees in all the provinces at a time when the federalism is under question. The bill is already passed by the National Assembly.
Meanwhile, Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Bhanubhakta Dhakal said that the bill will be moved ahead on the basis of the suggestions of the committee. He informed that provisions have been made in the bill for setting up the Administrative Court in Kathmandu and bench related to this in the provinces. (RSS)