Krishna Prasad Bhattarai Net Worth

Krishna Prasad Bhattarai was born on December 13, 1924 in Varanasi, India, Nepalese, is Former Prime Minister of Nepal. Krishna Prasad Bhattarai was a prominent Nepalese politician who twice served as the Prime Minister of Nepal. A former journalist, he was one of the political leaders who helped in transitioning the Nepalese politics from an absolute monarchy to a multi-party democratic system. He was the leader of the armed movement that uprooted Rana regime from the eastern region and established democratic rule in Nepal. He was the founding father of the Nepali Congress Party (NCP) and served it for 26 years. He led an interim government during 1990-1991 and became the Prime Minister of Nepal for the second time during 1999-2000. The constitution Nepal was promulgated (1990) and the Parliamentary election was held in 1990 during his tenure as the Prime Minister of Nepal. Krishna Prasad Bhattarai changed the face of Nepal and also provided the country a new direction.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Former Prime Minister of Nepal
Birth Day December 13, 1924
Birth Place Varanasi, India, Nepalese
Age 96 YEARS OLD
Died On 4 March 2011(2011-03-04) (aged 86)\nGodawari Municipality, Lalitpur District, Nepal
Birth Sign Capricorn
Monarch King Birendra
Preceded by Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala
Succeeded by Girija Prasad Koirala
Political party Nepali Congress
Nickname(s) Kishunji, Santa Neta (Saint Leader)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1950

He started politics to end the 104-year-rule of the Rana Dynasty. During the political movement of 1950 to overthrow the Rana autocracy, initiated by the Bairgania Conference of the Nepali Congress on 26–27 September 1950 (Ashvin 10-11, 2007 BS), he was in charge of armed group Congress Mukti Sena fighting in Gorkha district. This armed struggle was initiated by the Nepali Congress, of which he was founding member. The armed revolution by the Nepali Congress was supported by King Tribhuvan, who was in exile, and by Indian and Burmese socialists. The armed revolution ultimately brought an end to the 104-year-rule of the Rana Dynasty on February 18, 1951 (Falgun 7, 2007 BS). This day is celebrated as Democracy Day and is a public holiday in Nepal.

1959

After the first parliamentary election of 1959, at the age of 36, he became Speaker of lower house of parliament, though he was not an elected member. After the coup of 1960, Bhattarai was held without trial for eight years at the Sundarijal Military Detention Camp.

1976

Bhattarai was nominated as the officiating President of the Nepali Congress on February 12, 1976 (Falgun 1, 2025 BS) by then party supremo Jananayak BP Koirala. He held this post for more than 25 years, during which time he was a key figure in Nepal's democratic movement. He was elected President of the Nepali Congress by the Eighth National Conference of the Nepali Congress, held in January 1992 (Falgun 2049 B S).

1990

Bhattarai transformed the country from an absolute monarchy to a multi-party democracy without any major problems. He was prime minister when the constitution (1990) of Nepal was promulgated and successfully held the first multi-party election in 30 years. He was a popular leader but lost the election by a very narrow margin.

1999

He again served as Prime Minister from May 1999 to March 2000. He also held the portfolio of foreign ministry from 1990 to 1991 and briefly during 1999 while he was prime minister. He was a founding member and former President of the Nepali Congress Party.

2007

Until recently, both factions of the Nepali Congress, the Nepali Congress led by Girija Prasad Koirala and the Nepali Congress (Democratic) led by Sher Bahadur Deuba claimed Bhattarai on their side though his sympathy was more with Deuba from the beginning. Both congress parties elected him as Maha Samiti Member (General Convention Member) from Lalitpur District. On September 26, 2007 Bhattarai declared that he broke relations with the Nepali Congress; the day after the two factions had reunited. Bhattarai's decision was motivated by the move towards republicanism by the unified Nepali Congress.

2011

Bhattarai died at Norvic International Hospital, Kathmandu on 4 March 2011. He was the last surviving founding leader of Nepali Congress. The hospital reported that he died at 11:26 pm. Bhattarai had been in critical care unit at the Hospital for three weeks. He was suffering from chronic bronchitis, chronic renal failure and congestive heart failure and died after having recently said that he would live to be one hundred years old.