Mahendra Narayan Nidhi

July 13, 2006 at 4:52 pm Leave a comment

Nidhi was appointed Minister of Water Resources and Local Development in the interim government formed immediately after the success of mass movement for restoration of democracy in 1990.

In the first general election after the restoration of democracy held in 1991, Nidhi was elected to the House of Representatives from Dhanusha constituency No 4 of Janakpur.

He was nominated as the general secretary of the Nepali Congress in 1991.

He was also the Deputy Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament in 1959.

Nidhi had been participating in all forms of democratic struggle launched by the Nepali Congress.

Former Minister and former general secretary of Nepali Congress Mahendra Narayan Nidhi passed away on 4 May 1999 at 0135 Tuesday in his own residence at Mills Area of Janakpur, about 250 kilometer east of Kathmandu. He died of cardiac arrest. He was 79.

Late Nidhi is survived by a wife, two sons and four daughters.

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