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List of Deputy Chief Minister of Madhesh Province

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The Deputy Chief Minister of Madhesh Province is the deputy to the chief ministers of Madhesh Province.[1] The deput chief minister is the second highest-ranking in member of the Madhesh council of ministers.

Deputy Chief Minister of Madhesh Province
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Incumbent
Ram Saroj Yadav

since 9 June 2021
NominatorChief Minister of Madhesh Province
AppointerGovernor of Madhesh
Inaugural holderRam Saroj Yadav
Formation9 June 2021

The current incumbent is Ram Saroj Yadav[2][3] of the Nepali Congress since 9 June 2021.

List[edit]

No. Picture Name Additional portfolio Constituency Term of office Assmebly election Chief Minister Party
1 Ram Saroj Yadav Minister for Physical Infrastructure Development Dhanusha 3(A) 9 June 2021 incumbent 2 years, 356 days 1st (Assmbley election) Mohammad Lalbabu Raut Nepali Congress

Statistics[edit]

List of deputy chief ministers by length of term
No. Name Party Length of term
Longest continuous term Total years of premiership
2 Ram Saroj Yadav Nepali Congress 2 years, 356 days 2 years, 356 days
List by party
Political parties by total time-span of their member holding deputy CMO (30 May 2024)
No. Political party Number of Deputy chief ministers Total days of holding Deputy CMO
1 Nepali Congress 1 2 years, 356 days

Living former deputy chief minister[edit]

As of 30 May 2024, there is no living former deputy chief minister of Madhesh Province

See also[edit]

References[edit]


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  1. रातोपाटी. "एक हप्ताभित्र काँग्रेसको दोस्रो सत्तारोहण : मन्त्री छनोटमा निधि हावी, पौडेल पक्ष रित्तै !". RatoPati (in Nepali). Retrieved 2022-08-02.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  2. "Province 2: Nepali Congress name parliamentary party leader - OnlineKhabar English News". 2018-02-05. Retrieved 2022-08-02.
  3. "Constitution of Nepal", Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, 2022-08-02, retrieved 2022-08-02