The special court has convicted Nepali Congress MP and former minister Tek Bahadur Gurung in a corruption case.
Congressman MP Gurung was found guilty of corruption for renting out the land of Fun Park, located at Bhrikutimandap at a lesser rate.
on January 26, 2019, the Commission for Investigation of Abuse filed a complaint against Gurung .
The bench of Special Court Chairman and Judge Shrikant Paudel and members Shaligram Koirala and Balbhadra Bastola ruled nine people guilty in a case filed against 14 people, including the then Minister of Women's Child Care and Social Welfare, Gurung, on Tuesday.
Gurung, who was elected a member of the House of Representatives from Manang in the last election, is currently facing suspension.
The decision was reached to lease 60 ropani of Bhrikutimandap land to Kathmandu Funpark for 10 years at a monthly cost of roughly half a million rupees.
Pramod Mehta, then Vice President of the Social Welfare Council, Treasurer Kunjvihari Prasad Chaudhary, Secretary Ravindra Kumar Yadav, Members Mohanraj Sharma, Madan Kumar Lal Karn, and Hari Neupane were also found guilty. Similarly, Rabindra Gurung of Fun Park and Madan Prasad Rimal, the council's director, have been found guilty.