Attorney General Raman Shrestha resigns

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Attorney General Raman Shrestha has resigned from his post. He tendered his resignation to Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Sunday.

He claimed he delayed his resignation on request of PM Deuba.

Shrestha, who assumed office during the erstwhile government of Pushpa Kamal Dahal, also served as a legal advisor to Dahal's successor.

During his tenure, he worked on developing working skills of government attorneys, preparation on systematising the prosecution of cases and building a coordination mechanism between police and government attorneys, among others.

 

 

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