Prime Minister Deuba’s brother dies

On Monday, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba became a laughingstock after photographs of him and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Lumbini were extensively circulated on social media.

Deuba seems drowsy—or perhaps sleeping—fidgety, confused, and even agitated in photographs with Modi while giving prayers, witnessing document exchanges, and attending ceremonies. His opponent, on the other hand, seems cool and peaceful, doing prayers and attending activities with ease.

The prime minister has been troubled for the past three days, according to an official and certain members of Deuba’s party, since his brother is in serious condition at Bir Hospital.
Prem’s burial rituals were done at Aryaghat on Tuesday afternoon, according to Bhanu Deuba, Prime Minister Deuba’s personal secretary.

Deuba had arrived at Lumbini on Sunday to greet Modi, who had visited on the 2566th Buddha Jayanti in the birthplace of Buddha.

According to a source who accompanied Deuba to Lumbini, the prime minister stayed up late on Sunday questioning about his brother and chatting with medics.

Monday’s activities began early in the morning. Deuba opened the Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa about 8 a.m. He then drove to Lumbini, some 18 kilometers from the airport, to greet Modi, who arrived about 10:40 a.m.

Monday’s activities began early in the morning. Deuba opened the Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa about 8 a.m. He then drove to Lumbini, some 18 kilometers from the airport, to greet Modi, who arrived about 10:40 a.m.

Following that, Deuba joined Modi to the Mayadevi shrine to offer prayers. Officials stated the activities were jam-packed with no breathing room, making Deuba’s 75-year-old situation even more challenging.

The Nepali Congress issued a statement on Prem Bahadur’s death on Tuesday, describing him as a “social figure.” According to the statement, he is survived by his wife, two boys, and two daughters.

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