According to the Office of the President, the Cabinet now has a total of 25 members with the induction of seven new ministers and a minister of state.
The issues raised by the petitioners are of grave public concern and require to be sorted out without delay, reads the order.
Oli appointed three deputy prime ministers, including two from the Madhesi community, during the reshuffle.
“We have to pursue a positive relationship,” the 69-year-old Nepal Prime Minister, now heading a minority government, said.
The bench was formed by Nepal's Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Rana on the seniority and expertise of the Supreme Court Justices.
Nepal's Opposition alliance urges state organs not to support Oli government's anti-constitutional activities
A meeting of Opposition parties was held at Nepali Congress President Deuba's residence and a joint statement was issued.
He said the outstanding issues relating to border issues with India will be resolved through diplomatic channels on the basis of historical accords, maps and factual documents.
Nepal tightens security as Opposition alliance prepares to move court against Parliament dissolution
President Bidya Devi Bhandari dissolved the House of Representatives on Saturday for the second time in five months and announced snap elections in November on the advice of PM Oli.
Oli suggested that the Election Commission officials step up preparations for elections by devising a proper strategy based on its past election-management experience in view of the pandemic.
The EC said that despite its warning, some people have been issuing statements in violation of the election code of conduct.
Oli will now have to take a vote of confidence at the House within 30 days, failing which, an attempt to form a government under Article 76 (5) of the Constitution would be initiated.
Nepali Congress and Maoist Centre have 61 and 49 seats in the lower house. Their combined strength was 110, which is insufficient to win majority vote.
The political stalemate comes at a time when the country is experiencing its worst COVID-19 surge with acute shortages of health facilities and oxygen for patients.
The Office of President Bidya Devi Bhandari on Monday said she has decided to invite parties to form a majority government pursuant to Article 76 (2) of the Constitution of Nepal.
Prime Minister Oli secured 93 votes in the lower house of parliament during a special session convened on the directives of President Bidya Devi Bhandari.