Biruwa

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Biruwa

बिरुवा
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Biruwa village council in the map of Syangja District
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Biruwa
Location in Nepal
Coordinates: 27°57′N83°34′E / 27.95°N 83.56°E / 27.95; 83.56 Coordinates: 27°57′N83°34′E / 27.95°N 83.56°E / 27.95; 83.56
CountryFlag of Nepal.svg    Nepal
Nepalese Federal States Gandaki Pradesh
District Syangja District
Area
  Total95.79 km2 (36.98 sq mi)
Population
  Total18,413
  Density190/km2 (500/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+5:45 (Nepal Time)
Website http://biruwamun.gov.np/

Biruwa (Nepali : बिरुवा) is a Village council in Syangja District in Gandaki Pradesh, central Nepal.

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History

In 12 March 2017, the government of Nepal implemented a new local administrative structure consisting of 744 local units. [1] [2] With the implementation of the new local administrative structure, VDCs have been replaced with municipal & village councils. [3] Biruwa is one of these 744 local units. [4] Biruwa is created by merging Biruwa Archale, (4-8) Wards of Rangvang, (3-9) Wards of Pelkachaur, Oraste, Manakamana, (1-6) Wards of Chinnebas & (1-5,7) wards of Kichnas. [5]

Political situation

Biruwa is divided into 8 Wards. It is surrounded by Putalibazar at northern side, Harinas & Tanahun District from east, Bhirkot & Waling from west and Chapakot at south. Biruwa Archale is its headquarter. [4]

Population

As Biruwa is created by merging Biruwa Archale, (4-8) Wards of Rangvang, (3,9) Wards of Pelkachaur, Oraste, Manakamana, (1-6) Wards of Chinnebas & (1-5,7) wards of Kichnas. The sum population of Biruwa, 18,413, is residing in an area of 95.79 km2. [6]

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References

  1. "PM Dahal inaugurates operation of 744 local levels". The Himalayan Times . Retrieved 14 March 2017.
  2. "744 new local units come into effect". The Kathmandu Post . Retrieved 15 March 2017.
  3. "New civic set-up comes into effect". The Himalayan Times . Retrieved 11 March 2017.
  4. 1 2 "Which local units are you in?". Seto Pati. Archived from the original on 12 March 2017. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  5. "Which local unit do you belong to?". MyRepublica . Retrieved 11 March 2017.
  6. "Syangja VDC Level Report" (PDF). Central Bureau of Statistics . Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-10-26.

See also