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UML finalizes leadership in 34 districts (With list)


09 January 2022  

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KATHMANDU: The CPN-UML has elected new leaderships in 34 districts.

According to Bishnu Rijal, deputy chief of the publicity department, leadership in 32 geographical and two non-geographical district committees were finalized.

The UML district convention kicked off Friday in all districts across country, expect for 16 districts.

UML district convention has extended as the party is trying to elect leadership through consensus.

Elected district chairpersons

Jhapa – Deepak Karki

Palpa – Dhanendra Raj Ghimire

Dang – Hukum Bahadur Basnet

Dolpa – Sher Bahadur Budha

Salyan – Govinda Pun

Bardia – Lal Bahadur Shrestha

Banke – Kismat Kumar Kaksapati

Dhading – Bhumi Tripathi

Arghakhachi – Pitambar Bhusal

Morang – Rishikesh Pokhrel

Kavre – Ashok Banju

Bhaktapur – Bachan Deoja

Gulmi – Bal Singh Kauchha

Khotang – Ram Prasad Dangal

Saptari – Tarakant Chaudhary

Tanahun – Sri Prasad Shrestha

Dhankuta – Indramani Parajuli

Rasuwa – Colonel Lama

Nawalparasi (West) – Dipendra Adhikari

Kapilvastu – Dambar Sharma

Nuwakot – Badri Prasad Mainali

Tehrathum – Tejman Kandangwa

Rupandehi – Tejendra KC

Lamjung – Krishna Prasad Adhikari

Panchthar – Raj Kumar Bhandari

Ramechhap – Ananda Shrestha

Gorkha – Prem Bahadur Gurung

Makwanpur – Eklal Shrestha

Dadeldhura – Prakash Saud

Bhojpur – Sharan Rai

Baitadi – Surendra Pal

Myagdi – Devendra KC

Special District Committee Chairmen

Special Labor – Jitendra Shrestha

Professional Special – Umesh Dhakal

Publish Date : 09 January 2022 20:09 PM

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