Friday, June 29, 2018

Facts about Nepal's local bodies

The decision of Cabinet of Nepal Government and published in Nepal Rajpatra 2074 Shrawan 28.
The total number of local bodies are 753, which are:
  1. Metropolitans: 6, 
  2. Sub-metropolitans: 11, 
  3. Municipalities: 276 and
  4. Rural municipalities: 460
Pic: A World Heritage Site Baudhanath Kathmandu Nepal

Some Facts: 

  • The highest number of Local bodies: Sarlahi (20)
  • The lowest number of Local bodies: Purbi Rukum (3)
  • The Province without Metropolitans: State 5, Karnali State, State7
  • The Province without Submetropolitans: State 4, State 6
  • The highest number of Municipalities: Rautahat (16)
  • The highest number of Rural Municipalities: Dhading (11)
  • Without Rural Municipalities: Kathmandu & Bhaktapur
  • Without Municipalities: Manang, Mustang, Rasuwa, Humla and Purbi Rukum
  • The equal number of Rural Municipalities: State 6 (Karnali) and State 7 (54 Rural Municipalities)
  • Equal local bodies: Saptari, Dhanusa & Rautahat (18/18), Siraha & Morang (17/17), Bara & Rupandehi (16/16), Jhapa & Mahottari (15/15)
Province 1: 137 Local bodies (88 Rural Municipalities, 46 Municipalities, 2 Submetropolitans, 1 Metropolitans, 28 Election Area)
Province 2: 136 Local bodies (59 Rural Municipalities, 73 Municipalities, 3 Submetropolitans, 1 Metropolitans, 32 Election Area)
Province 3: 119 Local bodies (74 Rural Municipalities, 41 Municipalities, 2 Submetropolitans, 2 Metropolitans, 33 Election Area)
Province 4: 85 Local bodies (58 Rural Municipalities, 26 Municipalities, 0 Submetropolitans, 1 Metropolitans, 18 Election Area)
Province 5: 109 Local bodies (73 Rural Municipalities, 32 Municipalities, 4 Submetropolitans, 0 Metropolitans, 25 Election Area)
Province 6 (Karnali): 79 Local bodies (54 Rural Municipalities, 25 Municipalities, 0 Submetropolitans, 0 Metropolitans, 12 Election Area)
Province 7: 88 Local bodies (54 Rural Municipalities, 33 Municipalities, 1 Submetropolitans, 0 Metropolitans, 15 Election Area)

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