Mani Lama

Mani Lama is a Nepalese politician. He was elected to the Pratinidhi Sabha in the 1994 election on behalf of the Nepali Congress from the Taplejung-1 constituency.[1] He later joined Sher Bahadur Deuba's break-away party, Nepali Congress (Democratic) in which he became a Central Committee member.

After the royal coup d'etat on February 1, 2005, Lama was appointed State Minister for Health and Population by King Gyanendra.[2] Following his inclusion in the royal cabinet, NC(D) expelled him from their party.[3] As a minister he accused the opposition parties of supporting terrorism.[4]

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