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Kathmandu Mobilisation of Nepali Army News President Bidhya Devi Bhandari Prime Minister

Govt to forward proposal for mobilisation of Nepali Army to the President

Govt to forward proposal for mobilisation of Nepali Army to the President

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli-led authorities has determined to ahead the proposal for the mobilisation of Nepali Army to President Bidya Devi Bhandari.

The Cabinet assembly held on Saturday on the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar had determined to rope within the Nepali Army in Covid-19 concentrated areas to make sure stringent implementation of the lockdown in addition to for higher administration of quarantine amenities.

The President is constitutionally the supreme commander of the Nepali Army, and as such, its mobilisation requires president’s seal of approval.

In this regard, PM Oli met with President Bhandari this morning to debate the matter.

The provision for military mobilisation – Article 267 (6) of the Constitution of the Nepal (2015) states,

“The President on the advice of the National Security Council and pursuant to a choice of the Government of Nepal, Council of Ministers, can declare the mobilisation of Nepal Army in circumstances the place a grave emergency arises in regard to the sovereignty or territorial integrity of Nepal or the safety of any half there of, by struggle, exterior aggression, armed riot or excessive financial disarray.”

The issuance of the order should be legitimised by the House of Representatives (HoR) inside a month after the date of such declaration.

Meanwhile, the National Defence Force has condemned the federal government’s try and additional empower the prime minister by giving him the “sole authority” to deploy the Army. Claims are being made that the choice was taken with out holding a gathering of the National Security Council.

The National Security Council includes the ministers for defence, house, overseas and finance together with the chief secretary and the Army chief, which is chaired by the Prime Minister.

In the identical method, the principle opposition — Nepali Congress (NC) — too has expressed discontent, objecting the availability of giving the prime minister the ability to deploy the Army.



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