Kathmandu, July 15
The House of Representatives on Sunday endorsed a condolence motion on the death former lawmaker Mohammad Mustak Alam.
A member of the second Constituent Assembly, former state minister Alam, 53, had died in course of the treatment in Kathmandu on Friday. He was suffering from a heart related problem and was undergoing treatment at Shahid Gangalal Heart Centre in Bansbari.
He represented Rautahat-2 then on behalf of the Madheshi Janaadhikar Forum in the 2013 Parliament.
Of late, he was affiliated to ruling Nepal Communist Party.
The House meeting held today endorsed the motion and observed one minute silence to pay tribute to him. Then, the meeting was adjourned till 1 pm on Monday.
Customarily, Parliament meetings do not discuss other agendas after endorsing a condolence motion.