Rabindra Mishra resigns from post of party chairman

Published On: May 25, 2022 01:54 PM NPT By: Republica

KATHMANDU, May 25: Rabindra Mishra, chairman of Bibeksheel Sajha Party, has resigned from the post. He announced his resignation from the post on Wednesday. He has mentioned that he resigned on the basis of morality as the local level election 2022 had a disappointing result for the party.

CHITWAN, May 25: The newly re-elected mayor of Bharatpur Metropolitan City in Chitwan district, Renu Dahal has taken two major decisions after assuming office for a second term- free drinking water up to 7,000 liters monthly per household and daughter insurance scheme worth Rs 100,000.

DHARAN, May 25: To the astonishment of many, independent candidate Harka Raj Rai (Sampang) has won the election in Dharan to become the mayor of the sub-metropolitan city, defeating candidates from the major political parties.

KATHMANDU, May 25: Independent mayoral candidate of Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) Balendra Shah, who is leading the polls in the vote counting by a wide margin has thanked all the people who voted for him, through a post on Facebook.

GANDAKI, May 25: Common candidate from the ruling five-party alliance Dhanraj Acahrya of CPN (Unified Socialist) has registered his victory to the mayoral post in Pokhara Metropolitan City. The CPN-UML candidate Manju Devi Gurung emerged victorious to the post of deputy mayor.

KATHMANDU, May 25: Nepali Congress (NC) candidate Chiribabu Maharjan has been elected the mayor of Lalitpur Metropolitan City (LMC) for the second term.

KATHMANDU, May 25: Independent candidate for the post of mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan City Balendra Shah has maintained his lead.

KATHMANDU, May 24: The government aims to achieve economic growth and stability through a combination of fiscal and monetary policies.

KATHMANDU, May 24: President Bidya Devi Bhandari is reading out the government's policies and programs for the fiscal year 2022/23 in a meeting of the federal parliament on Tuesday.

KATHMANDU, May 24: The government has decided not to allocate budgets for projects that are not prepared and have not been recommended by the National Planning Commission.