Til Kumar Menyangbo Limbu
|तिलकुमार मेन्याङवो लिम्बु|
| Minister for Drinking Water, Irrigation and |
Energy of Koshi Province
9 January 2023 –7 July 2023
|Chief Minister||Hikmat Kumar Karki|
|Preceded by||Ram Kumar Rai|
|Succeeded by||Pradeep Kumar Sunuwar|
|Minister for Health of Koshi Province|
3 June 2023 –7 July 2023
|Chief Minister||Hikmat Kumar Karki|
|Preceded by||Nirmala Limbu|
|Succeeded by||Nirmala Limbu|
|Member of the Koshi Provincial Assembly|
26 December 2022
|Preceded by||Bal Bahadur Samsohang|
|Member of House of Representatives|
|Preceded by||Mani Lama|
|Succeeded by||Surya Man Gurung|
|Political party||Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist)|
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