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Chure Bhawar Rastriya Ekta Party Nepal

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Chure Bhawar Rastriya Ekta Party Nepal

Chure Bhawar Rastriya Ekta Party Nepal
President Keshav Prasad Mainali[1] (suspended)
Founded 2007
Headquarters Kathmandu
Election symbol
Politics of Nepal
Political parties

Chure Bhawar Rastriya Ekta Party Nepal is a Madhes.[3] The party has filed its candidate list for the proportional system election.[4]

Chure Bhawar Rastriya Ekta Party has also its own ' Peace Army'. The Party has been launching agitation demanding autonomy in Chure Bhawar region by opposing demands for 'single Madhes' raised by Madhesi parties.

In the party won 1 seat through the Proportional Representation vote in the CA election.[5] The party nominated its leader Badri Prasad Neupane to be its representative in the assembly.[6]

After the election of Pushpa Kamal Dahal as Prime Minister of Nepal, an election in which Mainali has voted in favour of Dahal, dissent erupted inside the party. On August 19, 2008, the Central Committee of the party decided to suspend Mainali for three months and appointed Megh Bahadur Thapa as acting party leader.[7] In 2010, Mainali was expelled from the party and he founded a new party, Chure Bhawar Rastriya Party.[8]


  1. ^ United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) : Activities » Activities Update » Activity Details
  2. ^ पार्टीको सूची — Election Commission of Nepal
  3. ^ Mercantile Communications Pvt. Ltd
  4. ^, news from Nepal as it happens
  5. ^, news from Nepal as it happens
  6. ^ daily picture (News from Nepal as it happens)::
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