Top Bahadur Rayamajhi

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Top Bahadur Rayamajhi
टोपबहादुर रायमाझी
Minister, Water Resources and Irrigation
In office
December 25, 2020 --
President Bidhya Bhandari
Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli
Ministry of Physical Planning and Constructions
Ministry of Local Development
Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction
Member of Parliament
for Arghakhanchi 1 [1]
Assumed office
28 May 2008
Preceded by Dilaram Acharya
Personal details
Born1961 A.D.
Argha VDC, ward No. 2, Arghakhanchi district

Top Bahadur Rayamajhi (Nepali : टोपबहादुर रायमाझी) is a member of 2nd Nepalese Constituent Assembly. He won Arghakhanchi 1 seat in CA assembly, 2013 from Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). [2] [3] [1] He was born in Argha VDC, ward number 2 of Arghakhanchi district in year 1961. He assumed the post of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Energy, [4] Government of Nepal since October 17, 2015. He is a standing committee member of Unified Nepal Communist Party (Maoist). Note, the party later merged to form Nepal communist Party (NCP) and right now it has been fractioned into two groups. Top Bahadur is now from Prachanda group to Oli group, then he got the post of minister. He started is political career in the year 1974.

He served as the minister for various ministries of Government of Nepal in the past years including Ministry of Physical Planning and Constructions, Ministry of Local Development, Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction.

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