UML vice-chair Subash Nembang elected from Ilam-2Nembang defeated his closest contender Nepali Congress' Dambar Bahadur Khadka by a margin of 1,014 votes.
CPN-UML vice-chair Subash Chandra Nembang has been elected as a member of the House of Representatives from Ilam-2.
According to the District Election Office, leader Nembang defeated his closest contender Nepali Congress’ Dambar Bahadur Khadka by a margin of 1,014 votes.
Nembang garnered 30,020 votes, while Khadka managed to get 29,906 votes as per the final results.
Min Bahadur Limbu of the Mangol National Organisation received 1,380 votes.
Nembang is active in politics since 2028 BS. He was elected Chairman of the All Nepal National Free Students Union of Ilam Multiple Campus in 2028/29 BS. He became UML standing committee member in 2075 BS.
He was a National Assembly member from 2048 BS to 2052 BS.
Nembang was elected from Ilam-2 in the House of Representatives elections held in 2056 BS. He was elected from the same constituency in Constituent Assembly elections held in 2064 BS and 2070 BS. Nembang was re-elected from Ilam-2 in the last federal polls.
Nembang served as Speaker of the resorted House of Representatives in 2063 BS. He became Speaker of the House of Representatives in 2064 BS and served as Constituent Assembly Chairman/Speaker in 2065 BS and 2070 BS. Nembang was re-elected Speaker in 2072 BS.
Nembang served as State Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs in 2051. He also worked as Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Minister for General Administration and Minister for Local Development on different occasions.