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Former ambassador, communist leader Lama passes away

Kathmandu, Dec 10

Former ambassador to South Korea, Kaman Singh Lama died of COVID-19 infection this morning. The 69-year old Lama who was admitted to Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital Maharajgunj died in course of treatment Thursday morning.

Lama was the central committee member of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP). Leader Lama had joined the communist party in 2033 BS from the then Nirmal Lama-led party. He was the former lawmaker at the restored Legislature Parliament in 2063 BS. Meanwhile, NCP chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has extended condolences on the demise of Lama. Issuing a condolence message today, chair Prachanda mentions that late Lama was an active and intellectual figure who had huge contributions in communist movement in the country.

With the demise of Lama, the party and nation lost a brave and intellectual leader in the phase of implementing the constitution in the country. Chair Dahal has further extended condolences to the bereaved families. Lama is survived by wife, son and four daughters.

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