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Cabinet nominates 18 lawmakers


KATHMANDU: The government on Friday recommended the names of 18 distinguished personalities out of 26 lawmakers to the Constituent Assembly.

“A cabinet meeting held in Singha Durbar today recommended the names of 18 people for the appointment as lawmakers in the CA. The remaining eight names will likely be recommended by the next cabinet meeting,” said Minister for Information and Communications and government spokesperson Minendra Rijal.

The recommended names by the cabinet today are as follows:

1. Radheshyam Adhikari from Kathmandu

2. Shiva Bahadur Khadka from Kathmandu

3. Pushkar Acharya from Morang

4. Resham Baniya from Myagdi

5. Rukmini Koirala from Morang

6. Surya Dev Dasurab from Sunsari

7. Umesh Shrestha from Kathmandu

8. Udaya Nepali Shrestha from Kathmandu

9. Agni Kharel from Kathmandu

10. Ganga Dangi from Morang

11. Mira Dhuju from Kathmandu

12. Pemba Bote from Bajura

13. Pradhaman Dhimal

14. Naresh Kharel from Jhapa

15. Dr Rajan Bhattarai from Kathmandu

16. Ganesh Thapa from Kathmandu

17. Sakkal Dev Sutiyar from Saptari and

18. Anil Kumar Rungata from Jhapa

Similarly, the cabinet meeting also decided to provide Rs 100,000 to flood victim families each and also allocated Rs 900,000 as cash prize for  ACC U-16 cricket team members including coach and team manager for their splendid victory recently held in Malaysia.

The other decision made today by the cabinet is to distribute 70 different kinds of free medicines to the people increasing from 40 types of medicines that used to be distributed in the past.

Likewise, the government appointed Sunita Singh Thakuri, Bijaya Kumar Singh Danuwar, Phurba Tamang and Nagendra Yadav as members of the President Tarai Madhes Chure Conservation program.

Mahesh Kumar Thapa has been appointed as Debt Recovery Tribunal officer. The cabinet has also fixed the ceiling of Rs 50 billion for Asian Development Bank while investing in the hydro sector.

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