Pushpa Kamal Dahal Biography & Wiki
Prachanda Real Name
Pushpa Kamal Dahal
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Prachanda Politician Party
Communist Party of Nepal (Fourth Convention) (Before 1983)
Communist Party of Nepal (Masal) (1983–1984)
Communist Party of Nepal (Mashal) (1984–1991)
Communist Party of Nepal (Unity Centre) (1991–1994)
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre) (1994–present)
Prachanda Political Journey
1972: Started his political career with Pushpal.
1975: Formed a Marxist
1978: Joined CPN (Fourth Convention)
1980: Elected as Chitwan District Committee member.
1982: Became the member of Regional Bureau and general secretary of All Nepal Youth Association.
1984: Became the president of All Nepal Youth Association.
1985: Became the central member of CPN (Masal)’s 5th General Convention. Shortly afterwards, he became the party’s politburo member.
1986: Separated from Mohan Baidya ‘Kiran’ after the party split.
1990: Became the general secretary of the party.
1992: Became the general secretary of CPN (Unity Center) in 1992 and general secretary of CPN (Maoist) in 1995.
1996: Led the armed revolution and became the supreme commander of the People’s Liberation Army.
2006: Ended his 25 year underground life, and became public at Baluwatar
2008: Became the Prime Minister of Nepal on 18 August till 25 May 2009. Same year,
he won from Kathmandu-10 and Rolpa-2.
2016: He became the 39th Prime Minister of Nepal.
Prachanda Biggest Rival
Dr. Baburam Bhattarai
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Prachanda Date of Birth
11 December 1954
Prachanda Age (as in 2016)
Prachanda Birth Place
Dhikur Pokhari, Kaski District, Nepal
Prachanda Zodiac sign/Sun sign
Chitwan District, Nepal
Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS), Rampur, Chitwan
Prachanda Educational Qualifications
Bachelor in Agriculture and Animal Science
Ganga Ram Dahal
Dahal led the CPN (M) as it launched a communist insurgency on 13 February 1996. In the ensuing civil war, more than 17,000 Nepalese died. Ultimately elections were held in 2008 and the CPN (M) emerged as the strongest party. The Constituent Assembly of Nepal elected Dahal as Prime Minister in August 2008. He resigned as Prime Minister on 4 May 2009 after his attempt to sack the army chief, General Rookmangud Katawal, was opposed by President Ram Baran Yadav.
Blue Label whisky
Prachanda Marital Status
Ganga, Gyanu KC (Died) and 1 Renu
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