Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies (Nepal)
|उद्योग, वाणिज्य तथा अापूर्ति मन्त्रालय|
|Headquarters||Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal|
The Nepalese Ministry of Minister of Industry, Commerce and Supplies is a governmental body of Nepal to monitor and manage industries of the country. One of the major subdepartments is the Department of Industry, which is responsible for the implementation of rules and regulations made by the ministry. In 2018, under the second Oli cabinet, the portfolio of the ministry was enlarged and the portfolios of Commerce and Supplies was added to the then Ministry of Industry, while the Ministry of Commerce was discontinued.
Former Ministers of Industry
This is a list of all Ministers of Industry since the Nepalese Constituent Assembly election in 2013:
|Name||Party||Assumed Office||Left Office||Portfolio|
|1||Anil Kumar Jha||Sanghiya Sadbhavna Party||14 September 2011||14 March 2013||Minister of Industry|
|2||Karna Bahadur Thapa||Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist)||25 February 2014||14 September 2014|
|3||Mahesh Basnet||Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist)||14 September 2014||12 October 2015|
|4||Som Prasad Pandey||Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist)||12 October 2015|
|5||Nabindra Raj Joshi||Nepali Congress||26 August 2016||11 September 2017|
|6||Sunil Bahadur Thapa||Rastriya Prajatantra Party||11 September 2017||14 February 2018|
|7||Matrika Prasad Yadav||Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Centre)||26 February 2018||Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies|
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