Sources have confirmed that Maoist spokesperson Krishna Bahadur Mahara will be leading the party's parliamentary team. The party will be represented by leaders from all castes and regional fronts, and from both the district and central level.
According to Maoist leader Ananta, women from various classes, indigenous communities, and regions will make up 30-40 percent of the representatives.
Some of the confirmed names are Dinanath Sharma, Deb Gurung, Devendra Poudel, Ram Karki, Netra Bikram Chand, Hisila Yami, Pampha Bhusal, Heetman Shakya, Lekhraj Bhatta, Matrika Prasad Yadav, Agni Sapkota, Suresh Ale Magar, Top Bahadur Rayamajhi, Gopal Khumbu, Narayan Sharma, Ishwari Dahal, Haribol Gajurel, Khadga Bahadur BK, Iswor Chandra Gyawali, Kumar Dahal, Rishiraj Baral, Pawan Man Shrestha, Jaipuri Gharti, Shanti Man Karki, Sita Poudel, Usha Pun, Lekhnath Neupane, and Komal Baral among others.
However senior leaders like Pushpa Kamal Dahal, Baburam Bhattarai, Ram Bahadur Thapa, and Western Command in charge Diwakar, special Central Command head Ananta, eastern deputy commander Baldeb, western deputy commander Prabhakar, and third division commissar Swanam will not be joining either the cabinet or the parliament.