Minister of General Administration Pampha Bhusal of Nepal

At the beginning of the 1990s, Bhusal was studying Sociology at the Tribhuvan University in Kirtipur.
CPN Maoist leader Pampha Bhusal is greeted with euphoria on the streets of Kupondole on Saturday morning following her victory in the Lalitpur 3 constituency.
CPN Maoist leader Pampha Bhusal takes a second to wipe her eyes while her open pick-up truck is on its way to the residential interiors of Lalitpur constituency 3.
CPN Maoist leader Pampha Bhusal accepts flowers and garlands on her victory rally around Lalitpur constituency 3.
LALITPUR, May 17: Minister for Women, Children and Social Welfare Pampha Bhusal has said that the state should give priority to the health organizations operated at community level.
Talking to journalists in brief after observing the Narayanhiti Palace, Minister for General Administration Pampha Bhusal said the museum would soon to be opened for public.
for demonstrations, but Bhusal said they had no plans to protest.
Minister Bhusal was speaking at a function to felicitate elected women, organized by a group called Didi Bahini.
Bhusal was one of the members of the interim constitution drafting committee and has been elected from Argakhanchi constituency-3 in the just concluded CA elections.
Maoist women�s leader Pampha Bhusal said that �the government to be formed next should give emphasis on women�s empowerment and bring about a revolution in guaranteeing women�s rights.
Maoist candidate Pampha Bhusal is leading in the vote count in Lalitpur constituency-3 while Nepali Congress and the Maoist candidates are neck and neck in constituency 2.
In constituency-3, Bhusal has got 5542 votes to UML's Raghuji Panta's 3148 votes while in constituency-2 NC's Chandra Maharajan has got 5425 votes while his nearest rival Ram Kaji Maharjan of CPN-Maoist has received 5215 votes.
Minister Bhusal said in her remarks that she would provide her full support to legislation that promotes women's rights, including the Bill on Domestic Violence.
Mahara is appointed Minister for Information and Communication, Dev Gurung the Minister for local development, Hisila Yami as the Minister for Physical Planning and Works, Pampha Bhusal is the Minister for Women, Children and Social Welfare.
The Maoists are known for gathering thousands of people for demonstrations, but Bhusal said they had no plans to protest.
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Maoist candidate Pampha Bhusal has won Lalitpur.
Maoist candidate Pampha Bhusal has won Lalitpur constituency 3 by defeating UML's Raghuji Pant.