House session adjourned following NC’s protest

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KATHMANDU, June 10: A session of the House of Representatives was adjourned on Monday afternoon following the protest of the lawmakers of the Nepali Congress.

The opposition party lawmakers prevented from running the House session seeking an answer from Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa over the police intervention during the demonstration held in Kathmandu on Saturday against the proposed Guthi bill.

Speaker of the Parliament, Krishna Bahadur Mahara adjourned the parliament session for 15 minutes. The NC lawmakers have claimed that the Guthi bill was tabled in the parliament breaching the Constitution. Chief Whip of the NC, Balkrishna Khad, accused the government of curtailing people’s right and freedom to have a peaceful assembly.

In a notice, House Speaker Mahara informed that next meeting of the House will take place on Tuesday

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