Bahujan Samaj Party of Nepal

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Bahujan Samaj Party of Nepal

बहुजन समाज पार्टी नेपाल
PresidentMadan Bahadur Pradhan
IdeologyAnti-Brahminism
Dalit Socialism
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Bahujan Samaj Party, Nepal (Majority Society Party, Nepal) is a Nepalese political party.[1] It is formed with inspiration of the Indian Bahujan Samaj Party. It is led by Madan Bahadur Pradhan. In the 1999 general elections it had 3 candidates. The party got 0.01% of the votes nationwide.

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  1. ^ "81 Bahujan Samaj Party of Nepal at Election Commission of Nepal".