Nepali Janata Dal

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Nepali Janata Dal
नेपाली जनता दल
President Haricharan Shah[1]
Headquarters Anamnagar[2]
Election symbol
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Nepali Janata Dal is a political party in Nepal. The party was established in 1995 as the United People's Party. The party identifies itself as progressive, nationalist and socialist.[2]

Hari Charan Shah is the party chairman, Kabiraj Timilsina the vice-Chairman, Dipak Raj Pandey the General secretary. In total, the Central Committee of the party has 41 members.[2]

In the 2008 Constituent Assembly election, the NJD won two seats through the proportional representation vote.[3] It got 48990 PR votes (0.46%).[4] The party selected Vishwanath Prasad Agrawal and Gayatri Shah as its representatives in the assembly.[5] Gayatri Shah is the nominated parliamentary leader of the party.


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