Sunday, July 14, 2024

Lawmaker Subash Nembang: No More

Lawmaker Subash Chandra Nembang is no more. At the age of 71 be passed away.

Nembang, a prominent member of the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninists (CPN-UML), vice-chairperson of the CPN-UML, and former Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR), dies of a heart attack. Let us go deeper into his life and contributions.

Subaschandra Nembang sadly died of a heart attack at his home on September 12, 2023. When he arrived at TU Teaching Hospital, medical personnel pronounced him dead.


Nembang was born in Suntalabari in the Ilam District, which borders India to the east. He is a major political figure who won every election in the Ilam-2 constituency since the restoration of democracy in 1990.

Throughout his career, he held significant positions such as chairing the Public Accounts Committee and serving as the head of the Constituent Assembly, which left a huge impact on Nepal’s politics.

Mourning and Honoring

According to Minister Sudan Kirati, who handles Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation, the country will bid farewell to Nembang with special honors. On Tuesday morning, the Council of Ministers had an emergency meeting to make this decision. They have also announced a public holiday on the day of Nembang’s funeral so that his two sons, who live in other countries, can attend his funeral. 

In Nepal’s political arena, Nembang was frequently known as a ‘deep-rooted leader,’ emphasizing his significant influence and efforts. With a legal background, he was important in the creation of the Constitution, particularly during the drafting process by the Constituent Assembly.

In The End

The memory of Nembang has a direct connection to the Constituent Assembly, his function as Speaker, and his activities in Parliament. As a result, he is a crucial player in Nepal’s political history. During the constitution’s formation, he led both Constituent Assemblies. Both political professionals and the general public have been impressed by this function.

With the lawmaker Subash Nembang no more, he is waiting for his two sons for final rituals. He has two sons and two daughters. His death signals the end of an era in Nepal’s political history.

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