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RPP General Convention update: 44 districts got Chairpersons elected


03 October 2021  

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KATHMANDU: Rastriya  Prajatantra Party (RPP), like other mainstream parties including ruling Nepali Congress (NC), CPN-Maoist Center and CPN-UML, has been busy in getting the local leaders and the representatives for general convention elected and has already got the leadership elected in 44 districts.

Mohan Shrestha, a member of the Central Working Committee, informed that the new leadership was elected unanimously in some of the district conventions whereas some other places have carried out election to choose the leadership.

RPP is holding its General Convention from November 13 to 16.

The party has put forward the agenda of constitutional monarchy, unitary system of governance and reinstatement of Nepal as a Hindu nation and sensitized cadres and public to its agenda.

RPP has directed the lower committee to complete the district convention by October 6 and submit the active membership form by October 11. So far, new leadership has been elected in 44 districts, while the election in Parsa, Jumla, Gorkha, Mahottari and Ramechhap districts has been subject to dispute.

Here is the list of RPP district Chairpersons:

  1. Taplejung: Amrit Sauden 2. Jhapa: Keshav Ojha
  2. Morang: Madhav Acharya 4. Bhojpur: Keshar Shrestha
  3. Udaypur: Dhruva Rayamajhi 6. Saptari: Umbeshwor Shah
  4. Solokhumbu: Rajendra Basnet 8. Okhaldhunga: Padamkumari Gurung
  5. Mahottari: Rajeshwor Ray 10. Ramechhap: Bharat Waiba
  6. Dolakha: Rajan Shiwakoti 12. Nuwakot: Kul Bahadur Khadgi
  7. Chitwan: Rudra Dhakal 14. Makwanpur: Guru Prasad Sapkota

15.Kathmandu: Navaraj Simkhada            16. Lalitpur: Ashta Maharjan

  1. Tehrathum: Tanka Prasad Adhikari 18. Tanahu: Binod Gharti
  2. Lamjung: Hari Prasad Regmi 20. Kaski: Narayan Gurung
  3. Syangja: Indra Prasad Gurung 22.Mustang: Gunja Hirachan
  4. Myagdi: Bir Bahadur Thapa 24. Baglung: Surendra Khadka
  5. Nawalpur: Bishnu Sharma Adhikari 26. Nawalparasi: Om Bahadur Singh
  6. Rupandehi: Sagar Pratap Rana 28. Kapilvastu: Narayan Bahadur Singh
  7. Gulmi: Anil Kakshapati 30. Arghakhanchi: Deepak Kunwar
  8. Rukum East: Sudhir Bikram Shah 32.Rukum West: Binod Bikram Shah
  9. Surkhet: Kabiram Puri 34. Salyan: Netra Lal Shrestha
  10. Dailekh: Bhakta Bahadur Shahi 36. Humla: Bikas Mahat
  11. Mugu: Raj Bahadur Malla 38. Kalikot: Harsha Malla
  12. Bardiya: Bhim Bahadur Bohora 40. Achham: Min Bahadur Shahi
  13. Bajura: Jit Bahadur Shahi 42. Doti: Karna Dwariya
  14. Kailali: Hom Bahadur Gurung 44. Kanchanpur: Gajendra Chand

 

Publish Date : 03 October 2021 14:52 PM

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