Although she bore no marks of injury on her body, doctors presumed she had sustained injuries to her head. According to Deputy Chief at publicity department of SP-N, Bishwodeep Pandey, Yami was taken in for 24-hour observation at the hospital, after which doctors found her in normal state.
Pandey said that the scooter driver, who is an assistant to Yami, was discharged after check-up yesterday. Likewise, the motorcyclist involved in the road accident was let loose after police carried out inquiry yesterday.
SP-N Co-chair Baburam Bhattarai, husband of Yami, on Sunday night posted their photo on Facebook in which the couple are seen dancing. He wrote, “Wish you speedy recovery, buddy!”
A five-member full bench of the Supreme Court had decided that Ncell was expected to fulfil its capital gains tax liability from 6 February 2019, and not from the date the Large Taxpayers’ Office imposed capital gains tax on Ncell.
Ncell is supposed to pay around Rs 45 billion capital gains tax. Nepal Communist Party leader Gurung drew the attention of the government to file a review petition against the Supreme Court’s recent verdict, which could be heard by a grand jury.
A grand jury comprises members more than five justices of the Supreme Court. Lawmaker Prem Suwal of Nepal Workers and Peasants Party said the Supreme Court recently passed an order in favour of Ncell, in capital gains tax issues and the House should form a probe committee to initiate impeachment process against ‘erring judges.’
Lawyers have, however, said there was no chance of filing a review petition against the verdict of the Supreme Court as the case was decided by a five-member full bench. There were no legal ground to file review petition in this case, they said.