Sidingwa Rural Municipality

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Sidingwa

सिदिङ्वा
Rural Municipality in Nepal
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Sidingwa
Location in Nepal
Coordinates: 27°18′18.67″N87°56′29.2″E / 27.3051861°N 87.941444°E / 27.3051861; 87.941444 Coordinates: 27°18′18.67″N87°56′29.2″E / 27.3051861°N 87.941444°E / 27.3051861; 87.941444
Country Nepal
Development RegionEastern
Zone Mechi
District Taplejung
Province Province No. 1
Rural Municipality Sidingwa
Established10 March 2017
Government
  ChairpersonMr.Nara Bahadur Kadariya (NC)
  Vice-chairpersonMr.Jivan Kumar Tamling (NCP)
Area
  Total206 km2 (80 sq mi)
Population
 (2017) [1]
  Total12,099
  Density59/km2 (150/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+5:45 (NST)
Website official website

Sidingwa is a Gaupalika(Nepali: गाउपालिका ; gaupalika)(Formerly: village development committee) located in Taplejung District in the Mechi Zone of eastern Nepal. The local body was formed by merging six VDCs namely Kalikhola,Sadewa, Ankhop, Sablakhu, Mehele, Surumkhim. Currently, it has a total of 7 wards. The population of the rural municipality is 12,099 according to the data collected on 2017 Nepalese local elections.

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As per 2017, Sidingwa hosts a population of 12,099 across a total area of 206 km2.

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References

  1. "MOFALD List of Gaupalika" (PDF). Retrieved 2017-06-02.