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RPP Chair Lingden nominates 31 central members


04 January 2022  

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KATHMANDU: Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) Chairman Rajendra Lingden has nominated 31 leaders as central members.

Chairman Linden, issuing a statement Tuesday, said 31 members were nominated to the party’s Central Working Committee (CWC) in line with party’s statute.

RPP statute has provisioned for a 199-member CWC. As many as 149 members were elected from the Unity General Convention of the party that concluded recently. The RPP statute gave party chair the prerogative to nominate 50 central members, of which 31 have been named today.

The list of 31 central members nominated today is as follows:

  1. Deepak Bohra, Rupandehi
  2. Hari Bahadur Basnet, Udayapur
  3. Nabaraj Subedi, Ramechhap
  4. Balaram Gharti Magar, Rolpa
  5. Tank Dhakal, Bhojpur
  6. Prem Bahadur Bhandari, Banke
  7. Niranjan Thapa, Rupandehi
  8. Bhim Prasad Gauchan, Myagdi
  9. Hemjung Gurung, Lamjung
  10. Thakur Prasad Sharma, Dhading
  11. Ramkumar Subba, Sunsari
  12. Mukunda Shyam Giri, Surkhet
  13. Dinesh Shrestha, Bhaktapur
  14. Prof. Dr. Gita Bhakta Joshi, Kathmandu
  15. Bhakti Prasad Sitaula, Jhapa
  16. Mohan Kumar Shrestha, Gorkha
  17. Jhanak Pyakurel, Nuwakot
  18. Shyam Bahadur Shahi, Achham
  19. AG Sherpa, Solukhumbu
  20. Pushparaj Purush, Lalitpur
  21. Ramananda Neupane, Jumla
  22. Saroja Sharma, Nawalparasi
  23. Ram Pratap Sah (Bhola), Siraha
  24. Rabin Chamling, Khotang
  25. Udaya Raj Pokhrel, Syangja
  26. Saraswati KC Adhikari, Kathmandu
  27. Dinesh Karki, Ramechhap
  28. Birendra Bam, Kailali
  29. Keshav Chandra Samal, Rukum East
  30. Amber Bahadur Bista, Jhapa
  31. Nabin Shahi, Kathmandu

Publish Date : 04 January 2022 17:10 PM

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