Madan Bhandari (Madan Kumar Bhandari) was a communist leader and politician in Nepal. He was a remarkable young Comrade pioneer who ascended to recognizable excellence after becoming the party’s pioneer and defeating legendary rival pioneer Krishna Prasad Bhattarai in the general election. “Karl Marx resides in Nepal,” according to the New York Times.
Bhandari is credited with popularizing the concept of vote-based socialism. To be precise, the “Individuals’ Multiparty Majority Rules System” is steering Nepalese comrade discontent into a new and peaceful direction, and offering international socialism a new direction. He was unwavering in his belief that communists will gain authority through the mainstream vote, rather than through radicalized events. Regardless, he mysteriously kicked the bucket in a pile up in Dasdhunga, Chitwan, not long after the judgments were made. Biography of Madan Bhandari
Bhandari died on May 16, 1993, in an apparent fender collision with no witnesses. Many people believe he was assassinated. Only the driver, Amar Lama, remained alive among the three passengers; the two pioneers, Madan Bhandari and Jeev Raj Ashrit, died. His body was recovered three days later and stored at Dasharath Rangashala, where throngs of people came to pay their respects that day and into the night. It was a massive memorial service march, with throngs of people from all walks of life streaming in from all directions to take one final look at their forefathers.
After the main survivor of the collision, driver Amar Lama, was dead after roughly 10 years in Kirtipur, the potential trick resurfaced as a source of concern. A group of unidentified shooters kidnapped Lama from Tajakhabar’s job. Every week, about 1:45 p.m., the newspaper transported him in a car to the village of Kirtipur, on the southwestern outskirts of the capital, and shot him dead. At that point, the professional murderers retreated to Panga town.