Pradip Kumar Gyawali

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Pradeep Gyawali
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Native name प्रदीप कुमार ज्ञवाली
Born (1962-09-13)13 September 1962
Baletaxar -2, Chautara, Gulmi
Residence 228/38 GHA, Srinagar Marg, Naya Baneshwar-34 Kathmandu
Political party CPN UML
Parent(s) (Late ) Narayan Dutta Gyawali , (Late) Punya Kala Gyawali
Website www.pradeepgyawali.com.np

Pradeep Kumar Gyawali (Nepali: प्रदीप कुमार ज्ञवाली) is a Nepalese politician, belonging to the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist). He is a Central Committee member of the party.[1] In the 2008 parliamentary election he was elected from the Gulmi-2 constituency, winning 24345 votes[2]

In the 2008 Constituent Assembly election he was elected from the Gulmi-2 constituency, winning 23253 votes.[3]

Political Background[edit]

[4]

  1. Affiliation with left student movement at early 70's
  2. Member of All Nepal Revolutionary Student Association (School Unit) -1973
  3. Affiliated to All Nepal Communist Revolutionary Coordination Center-1977
  4. Communist Party Member-1978, District Committee Member-1979-89, Party District Secretary-1989-93,Party Zonal Secretary-1994-95
  5. Party Central Committee Member since-1997
  6. Member of (then) Central Movement Mobilizing Committee, Central Election Mobilizing Committee, Election Manifesto Drafting Committee
  7. 11 years of underground movement against autocratic regime (1979–90), Several arrests and custody during democratic movement
  8. Currently- Politburo Member, CPN UML
  9. Chief of the central department of publicity
  10. Member of the central party school department and parliamentary department
  11. Minister for culture, tourism and civil aviation (2006-2007)
  12. One of the Key negotiator on the capacity of Government representative with the then Rebel Maoists ( 2006-2007)

Parliamentary Responsibilities[edit]

  1. Member of House of Representatives (1999-2008, elected from Gulmi -2)
  2. Member of Constituent Assembly (2008, elected from Gulmi 2)
  3. Member of Fundamental rights and directive Principle committee, CA and State Affairs Committee, Parliament
  4. Member of Parliamentary Proceedings Advisory Committee, CA
  5. Pradeep Gyawali with President Xi at Beijing
    Worked as the chief of probe committee on Sudan scandal (embezzlement on procurement of logistics and APCs for Nepal Police deployment, UN mission to Darfur)

Government Responsibility[edit]

  1. Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (May 2006 - April 2007)
  2. The (then) to held dialogue with rebel Maoists
  3. One of the Key negotiator on the capacity of Government representative (member of government negotiating team ) with the then Rebel Maoists 2006-2007)
  4. Significant role in Nepali peace process

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