Rajendra Mahato

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Rajendra Mahato is a Nepalese politician. In the 1994 parliamentary election, he stood as the Nepal Sadbhavana Party candidate in the constituency Sarlahi-2. He came second with 10173 votes. In the 1999 parliamentary election he won the seat with 14750 votes, defeating former Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party.[1]

In 2007, Mahato broke away from NSP(A) and formed his own party, which later acquired the name Sadbhavana Party[2]

Mahato resigned from the interim parliament on January 19, 2008.[2]

In April 2008, he won the Sarlahi-4 seat in the Constituent Assembly election.[3]

Mahato lost his seat in the 2013 constituent assembly elections to Mahendra Rai Yadav of the Terai Madesh Sadhbhawana Party Nepal.[4] The party nominated his wife Sahil Devi Mahato to the Constituent Assembly from the five seats assigned to the party under proportional representation. [5]

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