Urmila Aryal

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Urmila Aryal (Nepali: उर्मिला अर्याल) is a Nepalese politician. She is an alternate member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist).[1]

Aryal came second in the Parsa-4 seat in the 1994 legislative election with 9288 votes, losing to Nepali Congress candidate Ramesh Rijal. In 1999 legislative election she defeated Rijal, winning the seat with 17095 votes.[2]

In May 2006, she was named Minister for Women, Children and Social Welfare.[3]

Aryal is currently the number four candidate of CPN(UML) in the proportional representation list for the Constituent Assembly election.[4]

She left CPN-UML to join UCPN-(Maoist) and contested the 2013 Constituent Assembly election from Parsa-5. She lost to Jaya Prakash Tharu of CPN-UML election by coming third with 7340 votes.[5]

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