The Election Commission (EC) has released the results of National Assembly (NA) elections on January 23, 2020.
The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has secured 16 seats and Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal (RJP-N) has won only 2 seats.
Other parties including Nepali Congress (NC) and Samajwadi Party failed to secure even a seat in Rastriya Sabha.
|Gopi Alchami||NCP||Dalit||Province 1|
|Indira Gautam||NCP||Women||Province 1|
|Devendra Dahal||NCP||Others||Province 1|
|Tulasa Dahal||NCP||Women||Province 2|
|Radhe Shyam Paswan||NCP||Dalit||Province 2|
|Mrigendra Yadav||RJP-N||Others||Province 2|
|Shekhar Kumar Singh||RJP-N||Minority||Province 2|
|Ganga Belbase||NCP||Women||Bagmati Province|
|Beduram Bhushal||NCP||Others||Bagmati Province|
|Narayan Kaji Shrestha||NCP||Others||Gandaki Province|
|Bhagwati Neupane||NCP||Women||Gandaki Province|
|Bimala Ghimire||NCP||Women||Province 5|
|Jag Prasad Sharma||NCP||Differently abled and minority||Province 5|
|Gopal Bhattarai||NCP||Others||Province 5|
|Maya Prasad Sharma||NCP||Others||Karnali Province|
|Sumitra BC||NCP||Women||Karnali Province|
|Sharada Bhatta||NCP||Women||Sudurpaschim Province|
|Taraman Swar||NCP||Women||Sudurpaschim Province|
The Nepali Government has conducted the National Assembly elections for 18 seats in all seven provinces on January 23, 2020.
The election was conducted in a bid to replace the serving members, after the end of their tenure on March 3, 2020, with new candidates.
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