Gyanendra Prasad

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Giyannedra Prasad (?-2020), Fiji ke ek Hindustani politician hae, jon ki Fiji Labour Party ke supporter hae. 1999 ke election me uu Macuata East Cakaudrove Indian Communal Constituency se Fiji ke House of Representatives me chuna gais rahaa.

Gyanendra Prasad
CitizenshipFiji Citizen
JaatiHindustani
CitizenFiji Citizen
Jaana jaawe haeFiji ke House of Representatives ke member: 1999 - 2000
PartyFiji Labour Party
DharamHindu

Election ke baad uske House of Representatives ke Deputy Speaker banawa gais rahaa.

19 May 2000 ke Prasad, uu People's Coalition Government ke 43 members me se ek rahaa jiske George Speight aur uske band of rebel Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) soldier logan Counter Revolutionary Warfare Unit se, hostahe le liis rahaa. Uske 13 July 2000 ke, 56 din ke captivity ke baad, chhorra gais rahaa.[1]



References

  1. Fiji Labour Party - Activities Report: 1999-2000


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