Radha Krishna Mainali

Radha Krishna Mainali

Radha Krishna Mainali

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<gallery></gallery>Radha Krishna Mainali (b. September 26, 1946, Chokpur, Taplejung DistrictK.C., Surendra. Aitihasik dastavej sangroh - bhag 2. Kathmandu: Pairavi Prakashan, 2063 B.S.. p 453.) is a Nepalese politician. In the early 1970s he was one (along with his brother, C.P. Mainali) of the radical communists who led the Jhapa rebellion, inspired by the Naxalite movement in India.

R.K. Mainali was imprisoned in 1973, and was not released until 1986. After his release he argued that the communists should formed broadbased movements for democratic change. By this time he was a leading member of the Communist Party of Nepal . He was a prominent leader of the 1990 Jana Andolan as the Acting Chairman of the United Left Front, and was one of four Jana Andolan leaders to appear on national TV on April 8, 1990 to declare that the movement for democracy had been victorious.

He later became a leading figure in the Communist Party of Nepal (which the CPN(ML) had merged into). R.K. Mainali contested the Jhapa-5 constituency in the 1994 parliamentary election. He won the seat with 16,361 votes, defeating the Nepali Congress candidate Surya Narayan Tajpuriya. After the...
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