Nembang’s demise is severe loss to communist movement: UML

The CPN UML has said demise of its Vice Chair Subas Chandra Nembang is an irreparable loss to Nepal’s communist movement, democratic movement and the entire country.

The death of the Chair of Constituent Assembly and former Speaker Nembang has stunned the UML, causing severe distress, the UML General Secretary Pradeep Gyawali said in a condolence statement, adding that the untimely and unexpected demise of Nembang is a tremendous loss.

Leader Nembang died at TU Teaching Hospital at 1:50 am on Tuesday. “In recognition to his contribution to the country and people, the party pays heartfelt tribute to him and resolves to learn from his good traits.”

Acting General Secretary Gyawali further observed that the late leader was an untiring figure working for democracy, social justice, constitution, rule of law, human rights and economic transformation. “He was soft spoken, honest and equally loved by all irrespective of ideology,” Gyawali said, adding that Nembang had played vital role to clear political impasse in the country.

Leader Nembang was born to father Ram Bahadur and mother Apendra Kumari Nembang at Ilam Municipality-7 of Ilam district on Falgun 2009 BS.

He is survived by his spouse, two sons and two daughters.

The late leader had successfully carried out his role of Constituent Assembly Chairman and Speaker.

He had also become the member of National Assembly in 2048 and 2052, and the Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs in 2051. Nembang’s role in strengthening rule of law and bringing a new constitution in Nepal is unforgettable.

He was elected people’s representative for four times through the election in – 2056, 2064, 2070, 2074 and 2079 BS, according to leader Gyawali.

Influenced by the leftist politics since his early age, Nembang had joined politics when he was an ISC student at Tri-chandra College. He braved government’s hostility at several time for the political struggles and movement.

Nembang also spent seven months’ of jail life when he was pursuing BL at Nepal Law Campus.

He continued climbing political ladders since he became central member of All Nepal Communist-Revolutionary Coordination Centre in 2033 BS.


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