List of Prime Ministers of Nepal Till Now With Detail Information


Get here a post about name list of prime ministers of Nepal till now. As the history of Nepal told, Bhimsen Thapa is supposed as the first Prime Ministers of Nepal.

Name List of Prime Ministers of Nepal

The executive is the most important organ of the state after legislature. Its function is increasing day by day in modern age. The executive has lots of responsibilities. It is the duty of the executive to maintain law and order in the country. It has to fulfill the basic needs of the people like food, shelter, clothing, education and health services. The executive makes all the appointments of the high ranking officers of civil and army. It is the responsibility of the executive to save the country from foreign invasion, make a treaty, declare war, etc. The development and progress of a country depend on the effectiveness of executive. So it is one of the most important organs of the state.

Nepal practiced the regional concept of development for more than 40 years However a concrete achievement was not gained- The disparity between ‘haves and haves not’ could not be solved. The poverty could not be reduced up to the expectation The concept of harmonious development m social economic cultural political and regional aspects remained unfulfilled Thus the concept of federalism has been brought into practice It is expected to bring about concrete and positive change in the nation.

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As we know, the federal system of government is a type of government where the country is divided into different states with autonomous power. The government is divided into three levels i.e. central/federal government, state government, and local government. Federalism is a dual government system in which a country is divided into one central government and other autonomous state governments.The federal government functions from the center whereas the state government functions from the state. The power and functions are divided or distributed between/among them with the view of all round development in the nation. The central government and the state government has its own executive, administrative and judiciary bodies.

The responsibilities and rights are divided in between both levels of the government. Local government is established to carry out the development procedure at the local level. The division of power between the federal and the state government is determined according to the clauses mentioned in the Constitution. The federal government is responsible for the security of the border, foreign affairs, army, the nation’s economy, etc. On the other hand, the state government is responsible for the state’s internal security, daily administration, to preserve local arts and culture, to operate state-level projects and so on. The state government is also responsible for generating developmental plans and making appropriate use of the natural resources present there. More than 49 nations of the world have been under this system at present including the USA, China, India, etc.

Though Nepal was under the unitary system of government for a long time, it could not address the core objectives of the regionalism. In such a situation, people dreamed of a new system of government. Moreover, aspiration of Popular Mass Movement II (2062/063) also expressed a virtue for a new system for positive and progressive transformation of the society. Hence,  federalism was felt necessary in Nepal.

Later, the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063 also gave recognition to the people’s desire and mandate. Subsequently, the first meeting of the Constituent Assembly I (2064) declared Nepal as a federal state giving it the name “Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal” on 15lh Jesth, 2065. Promulgated on Asoj 3, 2072 (20 September 2015), The Constitution of Nepal has made the provision of Seven provinces.

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As the history of Nepal told, Bhimsen Thapa is supposed as the first Prime Ministers of Nepal. But there is also debate about who is first prime ministers of Nepal. Some historians of Nepal are saying that Damodar Pandey is the first Prime Ministers of Nepal. Because Damodar Pandey had served Nepal as a Kaji during the reign of King Prithvi Narayan Shah. And Kaji is just like a prime minister.
Let’s come to the modern Nepal, do you know who was the first elected prime ministers of Nepal? The first elected Prime Minister of Nepal is Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala dated in 1959.
The monarchy in Nepal was abolished in 2008 and  Constituent Assembly (CA) is formed with 601 members.

Now Nepal is on the way of the federal system. According to the new constitution of Nepal 2072, Nepal will apply the federal system of government. But Nepal is on the way of the federal government system.

The federal system of government has been established in our country. Nepal is adopting this system in now.

Prime Ministers of Nepal

The official is the most vital organ of the state after lawmaking body. Its capacity is expanding step by step in present day age. The official has heaps of obligations. It is the obligation of the official to keep up peace in the nation. It needs to satisfy the fundamental needs of the general population like nourishment, shield, apparel, training and well-being administrations. The official makes every one of the arrangements of the high positioning officers of common and armed force. It is the obligation of the official to spare the nation from remote intrusion, make an arrangement, pronounce war, and so forth. The advancement and advance of a nation rely upon the adequacy of

The advancement and advance of a nation rely upon the adequacy of an official. So it is a standout amongst the most critical organs of the state. Nepal rehearsed territorial idea of advancement for over 40 years However a solid accomplishment was not picked up the dissimilarity amongst ‘haves and haves not’ couldn’t be tackled. The destitution couldn’t be decreased up to the desire the idea of congruous advancement m social financial social political and provincial viewpoints stayed unfulfilled Thus the idea of federalism has been conveyed into training It is relied upon to realize the concrete and positive change in the country.

As we probably are aware, the elected arrangement of government is a kind of government where the nation is isolated into various states with self-governing force. The administration is partitioned into three levels i.e. focal/central government, state government, and neighborhood government. Federalism is a double government framework in which a nation is partitioned into one focal government and different independent state governments. The government capacities from the inside while the state government capacities from the state. The power and capacities are separated or dispersed between/among them with the perspective of all round improvement in the country. The local government and the state government have its own particular official, authoritative and legal bodies.

The duties and rights are isolated in the middle of the two levels of the administration. Neighborhood government is set up to do the advancement method at the nearby level. The division of energy between the elected and the state government is resolved by the conditions specified in the Constitution. The government is in charge of the security of the outskirt, remote undertakings, armed force, the country’s economy, and so forth. Then again, the state government is in charge of the state’s interior security, everyday organization, to save nearby expressions and culture, to work state-level ventures et cetera.

The state government is likewise in charge of creating formative designs and making proper utilization of the regular assets introduce there. More than 49 countries of the world have been under this framework at display including the USA, China, India, and so on. In spite of the fact that Nepal was under the unitary arrangement of government for quite a while, it couldn’t address the center targets of the regionalism. In such a circumstance, individuals longed for another arrangement of government. Besides, the desire of Popular Mass Movement II (2062/063) likewise communicated an idea for another framework for a positive and dynamic change of the general public.

Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has been chosen the 40th Prime Minister of Nepal on Tuesday. In a voting led at the Legislature-Parliament today, the proposition to choose Deuba as the new head administrator marshal 388 votes in its help while 170 votes were thrown against the proposition. Henceforth, federalism was felt vital in Nepal.

List of Prime Minister of Nepal till now

Bhimsen Thapa is viewed as the main Prime Minister of Nepal.

A few history specialists perceive Damodar Pandey as the main Prime Minister of Nepal since Damodar filled in as a Kaji amid the rule of King Prithvi Narayan Shah. The principal chose Prime Minister was Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala, in 1959. The primary Prime Minister after reclamation of Democracy in 1990 was Krishna Prasad Bhattarai. He was between time government bosses. Girija Prasad Koirala was the principal chose Prime minister after the reclamation of vote based system in 1990 and nation wound up noticeably protected Monarchy. The government was abolished in 2008 and Constituent Assembly (CA) is framed with 601 individuals. Here is the rundown of Prime Minister of Nepal:

In this name list of prime ministers of Nepal, we have posted names of prime ministers of Nepal from the restoration of democracy in Nepal.

First Elected Coalition Government of Republican Nepal is Prachand. Name of the Current prime minister of Nepal is Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda”

1.       Name: Sher Bahadur Deuba
 Birth Place: Ashigram, Dadeldhura District, Nepal
 Tenure: 2017 – n0w
 Party: Nepali Congress
2.       Name:  Puspa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda)
 Birth Place:  Dhikur Pokhari, Nepal
 Tenure: 2016 – 2017
 Party: CPN (Maoist Centre)
3.       Name: Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli
 Birth Place: Terhathum, Nepal
 Tenure: 12 October 2015 -2017
 Party: Communist Party of Nepal
4.       Name : Sushil Koirala
 Birth Place: Biratnagar, Morang, Nepal
 Tenure: 11 February 2014 – 10 October 2015
 Party: Nepali Congress
5.       Name: Khil Raj Regmi
 Birth Place: Palpa, Nepal
 Tenure: 14 March 2013 – 11 February 2014
 Party: Independent
6.       Name: Baburam Bhattarai
 Birth Place: Khoplang, Gorkha, Nepal
 Tenure: 29 August 2011 – 14 March 2013
 Party: Unified Communist Party of Nepal
7.       Name: Jhala Nath Khanal
 Birth Place: Kathmandu, Nepal
 Tenure:  6 February 2011 – 29 August 2011
 Party: Communist Party of Nepal
8.       Name:  Madhav Kumar Nepal
 Birth Place: Gaur, Rautahat, Nepal
 Tenure: 25 May 2009 – 6 February 2011
 Party: Communist Party of Nepal
9.       Name: Prachanda
 Birth Place: Dhikur Pokhari, Nepal
 Tenure: 18 August 2008 – 25 May 2009
 Party: Unified Communist Party of Nepal
10.   Name: Girija Prasad Koirala
 Birth Place: Saharsa, Bihar, India
 Tenure: 25 April 2006 – 18 August 2008
 Party: Nepali Congress
11.   Name: King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah
 Birth Place: Narayanhity Royal Palace, Kathmandu
 Tenure: 1 February 2005 – 25 April 2006
 Party: N.A.
12.   Name: Sher Bahadur Deuba
 Birth Place: Ashigram, Dadeldhura District, Nepal
 Tenure: 3 June 2004 – 1 February 2005
 Party: Nepali Congress
13.   Name: Surya Bahadur Thapa
 Birth Place: Muga, Dhankuta, Nepal
 Tenure: 5 June 2003 – 3 June 2004
 Party: Rastriya Prajatantra Party
14.   Name: Lokendra Bahadur Chand
 Birth Place: Kurkutiya Village, Baitadi District, Nepal
 Tenure: 11 October 2002 – 5 June 2003
 Party: Rastriya Prajatantra Party
15.   Name: King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah
 Birth Place: Narayanhity Royal Palace, Kathmandu
 Tenure: 4 October 2002 – 11 October 2002
 Party: N.A.
16.   Name:  Sher Bahadur Deuba
 Birth Place: Ashigram, Dadeldhura District, Nepal
 Tenure: 26 July 2001 – 4 October 2002
 Party: Nepali Congress
17.   Name: Girija Prasad Koirala
 Birth Place:  Saharsa, Bihar, India
 Tenure: 22 March 2000 – 26 July 2001
 Party: Nepali Congress
18.   Name: Krishna Prasad Bhattarai
 Birth Place: Varanasi, India
 Tenure: 31 May 1999 – 22 March 2000
 Party: Nepali Congress
19.   Name: Girija Prasad Koirala
 Birth Place: Saharsa, Bihar, India
 Tenure: 15 April 1998 – 31 May 1999
 Party: Nepali Congress
20.   Name: Surya Bahadur Thapa
 Birth Place: Muga, Dhankuta, Nepal
 Tenure:  7 October 1997 – 15 April 1998
 Party: Rastriya Prajatantra Party
21.          Name:                  Lokendra Bahadur Chand
 Birth Place:  Kurkutiya Village, Baitadi District, Nepal
 Tenure: 12 March 1997 7 October 1997
 Party: Rastriya Prajatantra Party
22.          Name: Sher Bahadur Deuba
 Birth Place:  Ashigram, Dadeldhura District, Nepal
 Tenure: 12 September 1995 – 12 March 1997
 Party: Nepali Congress
 23.  Name: Man Mohan Adhikari
 Birth Place:   Lazimpat, Kathmandu
 Tenure: 30 November 1994 – 12 September 1995
 Party: Communist Party of Nepal
24.          Name:                  Girija Prasad Koirala
 Birth Place: Saharsa, Bihar, India
 Tenure:  26 May 1991 – 30 November 1994
 Party: Nepali Congress
25.          Name: Krishna Prasad Bhattarai
 Birth Place:  Varanasi, India
 Tenure:  19 April 1990 – 26 May 1991
 Party: Nepali Congress
26.          Name: Lokendra Bahadur Chand
 Birth Place: Kurkutiya Village, Baitadi District, Nepal
 Tenure: 6 April 1990 – 19 April 1990
 Party:      Independent
27.          Name:                  Lokendra Bahadur Chand
 Birth Place:  Kurkutiya Village, Baitadi District, Nepal
 Tenure: 6 April 1990 – 19 April 1990
 Party:      Independent
28.          Name:                  Marich Man Singh Shrestha
 Birth Place: Khalanga Bazar, Salyan District, Nepal
 Tenure: 15 June 1986 – 6 April 1990
 Party:      Independent
29.          Name: Nagendra Prasad Rijal
 Birth Place:  Telia, Dhankuta District, Nepal
 Tenure: 21 March 1986 – 15 June 1986
 Party:      Independent
30.          Name:                  Lokendra Bahadur Chand
 Birth Place:  Kurkutiya Village, Baitadi District, Nepal
 Tenure:  12 July 1983 – 21 March 1986
 Party:      Independent
31.          Name: Surya Bahadur Thapa
 Birth Place: Muga, Dhankuta, Nepal
 Tenure: 30 May 1979 – 12 July 1983
 Party:      Independent
32.          Name: Kirti Nidhi Bista
 Birth Place: Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
 Tenure: 12 September 1977 – 30 May 1979
 Party:      Independent
33.          Name:                  Tulsi Giri
 Birth Place: Siraha District, Nepal
 Tenure: 1 December 1975 – 12 September 1977
 Party:      Independent
34.          Name: Nagendra Prasad Rijal
 Birth Place: Telia, Dhankuta District, Nepal
 Tenure: 16 July 1973 – 1 December 1975
 Party:      Independent
35.          Name: Kirti Nidhi Bista
 Birth Place: Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
 Tenure:  14 April 1971 – 16 July 1973
 Party: Independent
36.          Name:   Gehendra Bahadur Rajbhandari
 Birth Place:  Nepal
 Tenure: 13 April 1970 – 14 April 1971
 Party: Independent
37.          Name: Kirti Nidhi Bista
 Birth Place: Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
 Tenure: 7 April 1969 – 13 April 1970
 Party: Independent
38.          Name: Surya Bahadur Thapa
 Birth Place: Muga, Dhankuta, Nepal
 Tenure: 26 January 1965 – 7 April 1969
 Party: Independent
39.          Name: Tulsi Giri
 Birth Place: Siraha District, Nepal
 Tenure: 26 February 1964 – 26 January 1965
 Party: Independent
40.          Name: Surya Bahadur Thapa
 Birth Place: Muga, Dhankuta, Nepal
 Tenure: 23 December 1963 – 26 February 1964
 Party: Independent

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