On Monday at 10 am, the newly elected Vice President of Nepal, Ram Sahaya Prasad Yadav, will be sworn in at the President’s residence, Sheetal Niwas. Yadav was elected as the Federal Republic of Nepal’s second vice president after receiving 30,328 votes in the Vice-Presidential election held on March 17.
Following the conclusion of Nanda Bahadur Pun’s term as Vice President, President Ram Chandra Paudel received the Election Commission’s report on the findings of the Vice-Presidential election on Sunday. The oath-taking ceremony has been scheduled to take place on Monday in the presence of dignitaries from various sectors.
Yadav’s political career began in 1990 with the Nepal Sadbhawana Party, and he played a significant role in the first Madhesh Movement. He also served as the organization’s founding General Secretary in 2007. In 2008, Yadav served in the first Constituent Assembly, marking the beginning of his parliamentary career.
To mark this momentous occasion, the Council of Ministers has decided to declare a public holiday on Monday. The Nepalese government and its citizens are eagerly looking forward to welcoming and working with the new Vice President, Ram Sahaya Prasad Yadav.