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Nepal PM Deuba expands cabinet, inducts 16 new ministers

(President Bidyadevi Bhandari administering the oath of office and secrecy to the newly appointed ministers at the President’s Office, Sheetal Niwas on Friday. Kathmandu, October 8, 2021. Photo: Roshan Sapkota, RSS)

By Ranjana Thapa Magar, KATHMANDU:- Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has expanded the cabinet. On Friday, PM Deuba expanded the cabinet and sent a recommendation to the President’s Office for swearing in.

According to the Prime Minister’s Secretariat, the Prime Minister has appointed ministers from all four parties and sent them to the President. As per the recommendation sent by Deuba to the President, the task of becoming a minister from all four parties has also been divided.

Nepali Congress:

Ministry of Home Affairs – Balkrishna Khand

Communication, Information and Technology – Gyanendra Bahadur Karki

Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Narayan Khadka

Ministry of Defense – Minendra Rijal

Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs – Dilendra Badu

Ministry of Drinking Water – Umakanta Chaudhary

Women, children and senior citizens – Uma Regmi

Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies – Gajendra Hamal

Maoist center:

Ministry of Energy – Pampha Bhushal

Ministry of Finance – Janardan Sharma

Education Science and Technology – Devendra Poudel

Land Management Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation – Shashi Shrestha

Ministry of Youth and Sports – Maheshwar Gahatraj

Unified socialist:

Health and Population – Birodh Khatiwada

Culture Tourism and Civil Aviation – Ram Kumari Jhankri

Labor Employment and Social Security – Krishnakumar Shrestha (Kisan)

Ministry of Urban Development – Prem Ale

Minister of State for Health – Bhavani Prasad Khapung


Federal Affairs and General Administration – Rajendra Shrestha

Physical Infrastructure and Transport – Renu Yadav

Forest and Environment – Ram Sahay Yadav

Agriculture and Livestock Development – Pramod Sah

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