Subas Nemwang, Former Speaker and CPN (UML) VP, Passes Away: Condolences to the Bereaved Family

By | September 12, 2023



Death – Obituary News : Former Speaker and Vice President of the CPN (UML), Subas Nemwang, has passed away due to a heart attack. The news of his death has left the Constituent Assembly President and many others speechless. Condolences have been extended to the bereaved Nemwang and his family.

Subas Nemwang, the former Speaker of the Constituent Assembly and Vice President of the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) (CPN-UML), tragically passed away due to a heart attack. The news of his sudden demise has sent shockwaves across the nation, leaving many speechless.


Nemwang, a prominent political figure in Nepal, dedicated his life to public service and played a significant role in shaping the country’s political landscape. Born on January 8, 1955, in Gulmi district, he completed his education in law and emerged as a strong advocate for democracy and social justice.

His political journey began in the early 1990s when he actively participated in the pro-democracy movement that led to the overthrow of the Panchayat system. Nemwang’s exceptional leadership skills soon gained recognition, and he was elected as a Member of Parliament multiple times. He also served as the Speaker of the Constituent Assembly, where he played a crucial role in drafting Nepal’s new constitution.

Nemwang’s legacy is marked by his unwavering commitment to democratic principles and his tireless efforts to strengthen Nepal’s political institutions. His outstanding leadership qualities, integrity, and dedication to public service earned him the respect and admiration of his colleagues and the public alike.

As news of his untimely death spread, heartfelt condolences poured in from all corners of the country. The bereaved Nemwang family is undoubtedly facing an immense loss, and the nation mourns alongside them.

Subas Nemwang’s contributions to Nepal’s political landscape will be remembered for generations to come. His demise leaves a void that will not easily be filled. May his soul rest in eternal peace..