Hora Prasad Joshi

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Hora Prasad Joshi (1925-2010) is a Nepali political figure who was crucial in shaping the politics of modern Nepali government. He was the Home Minister in B.P. Koirala's Nepali Congress, a social democratic political party. He also drafted the 1962 constitution for King Mahendra.[1] He was also the Member Secretary of the National Health and Sports Council in 1958, and received a letter of felicitation for his contribution to Nepal's sports sector in 2002.[2]

Hora Prasad Joshi wrote a book in 1958 called The Way to Political Stability: An Analysis[3] discussing Nepal's tense political situation.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schoenfeld, Benjamin N. Pacific Affairs, Vol. 32, No. 4 (Dec., 1959), pp. 393. JSTOR.
  2. ^ The Kathmandu Post, Saturday December 14, 2002.
  3. ^ Joshi, Hora Prasad. The Way to Political Stability: An Analysis. Kathmandu, Nepal: Mercantile, 1958.