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These are 90 lawmakers signing no-confidence motion against PM Oli  (With list)


20 December 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Hours before Prime Minister KP Oli proposed dissolution of the House of Representatives (HoR), a no-confidence motion signed by as many as 90 ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) lawmakers against PM Oli was registered at the Parliament Secretariat on Sunday.

Meanwhile, 90 lawmakers, including NCP executive chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal and Jhala Nath Khanal, have filed a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Oli at the Parliament Secretariat.

However, it is unknown what will be the next after the President has already dissolve the parliament.

These are  90 lawmakers who signed the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister KP Oli.

1. Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’

2. Jhalanath Khanal

3. Madhav Kumar Nepal

4. Sudan Kiranti

5. Shivakumar Mandal

6. Hemkumar Rai

7. Ramkumari Chaudhary

8. Amanlal Modi

9. Suresh Kumar Rai

10. Suresh Chandra Das

11. Chandtara Kumari

12. Dil Kumari

13. Bodhmaya Yadav

14. Matrika Prasad Yadav

15. Dharmashila Chapagain

16. Indra Kumari Sharma

17. Gaurishankar Chaudhary

18. Haribol Gajurel

19. Hit Bahadur Tamang

20. Pampha Bhusal

21. Shashi Shrestha

22. Shyam Kumar Shrestha

23. Anjana Bishankhe

24. Ganga Bahadur Tamang

25. Dev Prasad Gurung

26. Devendra Poudel

27. Yashoda Gurung Subedi

28. Hariraj Adhikari

29. Amrita Thapa

30. Chudamani Khadka

31. Durga Kumari Vishwakarma

32. Kamala Roka

33. Tek Bahadur Basnet

34. Barsha Man PUn

35. Rameshwar Rai Yadav

36. Prabhu Sah

37. Shakti Bahadur Basnet

38. Satya Pahadi

39. Krishna Bahadur Mahara

40. Surendra Kumar Karki

41. Girirajamani Pokhrel

42. Bina Magar

43. Chakka Bahadur Lama

44. Raj Bahadur Budhakshetri

45. Parvati Kumari Vishunkhe

46. Durga Bahadur Raut

47. Dhruvkumar Shahi

48. Janardhan Sharma

49. Jaipuri Gharti

50. Rekha Sharma

51. Purnakumari Subedi

52. Onsari Gharti

53. Santakumar Tharu

54. Maheshwar Jung Gahatraj

55. Rajendra Bahadur Mahat

56. Chakrapani Khanal

57. Jeevan Ram Shrestha

58. Ganesh Kumar Pahadi

59. Sarla Yadav

60. Pushpakumari Karna Kayastha

61. Krishnalal Maharjan

62. Narayan Prasad Khatiwada

63. Krishnabhakta Pokhrel

64. Sher Bahadur Tamang

65. Mayadevi Neupane

66. Birod Khatiwada

67. Ramkumari Jhankri

68. Kalyani Kumari Khadka

69. Bhasraj Sunuwar

70. Samina Hussain

71. Jayakumar Rai

72. Metmani Chaudhary

73. Hirachandra KC

74. Laxmikumari Chaudhary

75. Bhavani Prasad Khapung

76. Jhapat Bahadur Rawal

77. Yagya Bahadur Bogati

78. Niradevi Jain

79. Dr. Deep Prakash Bhatt

80. Kalila Khatun

81. Somprasad Pandey

82. Lalbabu Pandit

83. Binadevi Budhathoki

84. Bhim Bahadur Rawal

85. Mukunda Neupane

86. Pabitra Niraula Kharel

87. Ganga Chaudhary

88. Gokarna Bista

89. Surendra Prasad Pandey

90. Bhairav ​​Bahadur Singh

Publish Date : 20 December 2020 20:40 PM

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