With this decision, out of 33, Nepal’s 23 diplomatic missions abroad will remain vacant from the next three weeks to one month.
Deuba, the 75-year-old President of the Nepali Congress comfortably won a trust vote in the reinstated lower House of Representatives, averting a general election in Nepal amid the pandemic.
"It is the duty of players to play the game. The referee is there to maintain fair play, not to help any one team to win," Oli said speaking in Nepali language.
In his written response to the Supreme Court, Oli said that it is not up to the judiciary to appoint a Prime Minister as it cannot undertake the legislative and the executive functions of the state.
The issues raised by the petitioners are of grave public concern and require to be sorted out without delay, reads the order.
The writ filed by senior advocate Dinesh Tripathi urged the apex court to rescind the caretaker prime minister's decision to induct new ministers.
“We have to pursue a positive relationship,” the 69-year-old Nepal Prime Minister, now heading a minority government, said.
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.
In their joint press address, Modi stressed on the “long history of India’s contribution towards Nepal’s development,” and added he assured PM Oli of continuing it in future.
On Sunday, he will visit a breeder seed production centre in Pantnagar, Uttarakhand, and be conferred with a honorary DSc degree by G B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology.