Following the interim order from the supreme court, Nepal central government had to remove the ministers appointed after the dissolution of the House of Representatives.
Prime Minister KP Oli centralized the ministerial duties to the remaining five ministers, including himself.
Supreme Court declared the appointment of new ministers unconstitutional by issuing an interim order.
The PM has received the Presidential ratification for the new ministerial arrangements. The five ministers will hold oversee the ministries as follows:
|Prime Minister KP Oli||Defence; Foreign Affairs|
|Bishnu Prasad Paudel||Finance; Industry, Commerce and Supplies; Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation; Home Affairs|
|Krishna Gopal Shrestha||Forests and Environment; Youth and Sports; Education, Science and Technology; Labour, Employment and Social Security; Health and Population|
|Basanta Kumar Nembang||Agriculture and Livestock Development; Water Supply; Physical Infrastructure and Transport; Communications and Information Technology; Urban Development|
|Lila Nath Shrestha||Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs; Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation; Women, Children and Senior Citizens; Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation; Federal Affairs and General Administration|
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