Tuesday, January 31, 2023
Tuesday, January 31, 2023

These 24 people have been elected to the Karnali Provincial Assembly

The House of Representatives and provincial assemblies recently held elections are presently being counted.

The House of Representatives and provincial assemblies recently held elections are presently being counted. Numerous constituencies’ election results have already been released.

The list of the 24 new members of the Karnali Provincial Assembly is as follows:

From CPN (Maoist Center)

Surkhet 1( Kha) Krishna GC

Surkhet 2 (Kha) Bindaman Bista

Salyan (Kha) Bhim Prakash Sharma

Rukum (Kha) Mahendra KC

Rukum (Kha) Raj Kumar Sharma

Kalikot (Ka) Durga Bahadur Rawat

Humla (Kha) Rana Singh Pariyar

Mugu (Kha) Mangal Shahi

Dolpa (Kha) Bir Bahadur Shahi

From Nepali Congress

Surkhet (Kha) Khadka Pokharel

Jajarkot (Ka) Bedraj Singh

Jajarkot (Kha) Rajiv Bikram Shah

Salyan (Kha) Suresh Adhikari

Dailekh 1 (Ka) Purna Bahadur Khatri

Dailekh 1 (Kha) Krishna BC

Dailekh 2 (Ka) Gana Shyam Bhandari

Humla (Kha) Jeevan Bahadur Shahi

Kalikot (Kha) Hikmat Bahadur Bista

From CPN-UML

Surkhet 2 (Ka) Yam Lal Kandel

Dailekh 2 (Kha) Bindo Kumar Shah

Jumla (Kha) Tek Raj Pachai

Dolpa (Ka) Sher Bahadur Buda

Mugu (Ka) Jeet Bahadur Malla

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