Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport (Nepal)
|भौतिक पूर्वाधार तथा यातायात मन्त्रालय|
|Headquarters||Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal|
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The Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport is a governmental body of Nepal that oversees infrastructure developments including transportation systems, most prominently linking rural areas, in Nepal. The ministry is located in Singha Durbar, Kathmandu. As of March 2018, the ministry is led by Raghubir Mahaseth.
While the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation oversees air transportation, the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport deals with domestic transport including road and rail transportation as well as waterways. The Ministry has several departments and subdivisions:
- Department of Road
- Department of Transport Manangement
- Department of Railways
- Road Board Nepal
Former Ministers of Physical Infrastructure and Transport
This is a list of former Ministers of Physical Infrastructure and Transport since the Nepalese Constituent Assembly election in 2013:
|Name||Party||Assumed Office||Left Office|
|1||Bimalendra Nidhi||Nepal Loktantrik Forum|
|2||Bijay Kumar Gachhadar||Nepal Loktantrik Forum||12 October 2015||4 August 2016|
|3||Ramesh Lekhak||Nepali Congress||4 August 2016||31 May 2017|
|4||Bir Bahadur Balayar||Nepali Congress||26 July 2017||15 February 2018|
|5||Raghubir Mahaseth||Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist) until 17 May 2018
Nepal Communist Party from 17 May 2018
|16 March 2018|
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- "13 new ministers take oath from President". The Himalayan Times. Retrieved 11 November 2017.
- "PM Deuba expands his cabinet, finally". República. 26 July 2016. Retrieved 20 April 2018.
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