K P Sharma Oli Age, Caste, Wife, Children, Biography, Family, Facts & More
Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli
Communist Party-Unified Marxist/Leninist
1970: Joined the Communist Party of Nepal 1971: Became a district committee member of the party 1972: Became the chief of the Jhapa Movement Organizing Committee 1987: Became a central committee member of UML in-charge of the Lumbini Zone until 1990 1991: Elected as a Member of Parliament in the House of Representatives from Jhapa district's electorate no. 6 1992: Held the post of chief of the foreign department of the CPN (UML) 1994–1995: Served as Minister of Home Affairs 1999: Re-elected to the House of Representatives from Jhapa electorate no. 2 2006: Appointed as Deputy Prime Minister as part of the interim government 2006-2007: Served as Minister of Foreign Affairs 2008: Lost the Constituent Assembly election 2013: Won the Jhapa–7 seat in the 2013 Constituent Assembly election as a CPN-UML candidate 2014: On 4 February, elected as leader of the CPN-UML Parliamentary Party in the Second Constituent Assembly, and in July, elected as the chairman of CPN-UML 2015: On 11 October, elected as Prime Minister of Nepal in a parliamentary vote and was sworn in on 12 October 2016: On 24 July, he announced his resignation as Prime Minister 2018: On 15 February, elected as Prime Minister of Nepal for second time
Physical Stats & More
in centimeters- 168 cm
in meters- 1.68 m
in feet inches- 5’ 6”
Father- Mohan Prasad Oli Mother- Madhumaya Oli Brother- Not Known Sister- Bishnu Devi Siwakoti
Reading, Writing, Travelling
• For being involved in subversive politics, Oli was arrested for the first time in 1970.
• From 1973 to 1987, Oli was imprisoned for 14 consecutive years.
Girls, Affairs and More
Radhika Shakya (Politician)
Son- Not Known Daughter- 1
Salary (as Prime Minister of Nepal)
₹77,280 + Other Allowances
Some Lesser Known Facts About K P Sharma Oli
Does K P Sharma Oli smoke?: Not Known
Does K P Sharma Oli drink alcohol?: Not Known
He was born as the eldest child of Mohan Prasad and Madhumaya Oli.
When Oli was four, his mother died of smallpox.
After his mother’s demise, Oli was raised by his grandmother, Rammaya.
Oli did his primary school education in Terathum. However, later his family migrated to the southern district of Jhapa.
Oli’s tryst with politics started in 1966 when he started opposing the party-less Panchayat System.
He is known for his pro-China stance.
On 15 February 2018, Oli became 41st Prime Minister of Nepal. It was his 2nd stint as the Prime Minister; 1st being in 2015.
In December 2017, the Left Alliance of the CPN-UML, led by Oli and CPN-Maoist Centre, led by Prachanda had secured 174 seats in the 275-member Parliament in the historic provincial and parliamentary polls.
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