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Kathmandu: Issuing a verdict to a long-standing controversy within the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA), the Supreme Court (SC) has dismissed the two committees of the NRNA. 

On 3 April, the division bench comprising Justices Sapna Pradhan Malla and Nahkul Subedi scrapped the existing committees and mandated the organization to hold a convention within six months. The SC not only invalidated the current committee but also the one that had been unanimously elected with three chairpersons earlier.

After the dispute arose in the election process of the previous session in October as two separate committees led by Badri KC and RK Sharma were claiming to be the president of the association. 

The court verdict has mandated the High Level Committee to organize a convention within six months from its first meeting, with 6 additional members from each ICC, totaling 12 members.