Monday , 21st January 2019



Monday , 21st January 2019

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Arrested on charge of anti-election activities

Police have arrested three cadres of Nepal Communist party led by Netra Bikram Chand from various places of Dhankuta on charge of operating anti-election activities. The arrested were District member 50 years old Mohan Prasad Ojha, cadres Prem Kattel, 22 of Pakhribas Municipality-4, Prem Kattel,22 of the same place and 40 years o....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  
People’s larger participation in elections is concern of EC: CEC Yadav

Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Dr Ayodhee Prasad Yadav has said that the Election Commission has total focus on the elections taking place in 32 districts on coming November 26 quoting RSS source. Taking part in a dialogue on 'mass media and elections' organised by the Federation of Nepali Journalists (....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  
Nepal Communist Party Cadre Arrested on charge of anti-election activities

Police have arrested 35 years old Neem Bahadur Dangi, a district member of Nepal Communist Party, on November 13 on charge of operating anti-election activities in the district. Dangi was arrested from his house at Babai rural municipality-5, Bagarpur at night. On November 14, the party had released a press statement condemning the arrest of their leader while sleeping. The press statement also....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  
“Do not Obstruct Election campaign”: NHRC

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of Nepal has drawn its serious attention on the rampant incidents of bomb and bullet attack on candidates during their election campaign in Rukum, Rolpa, Bhojpur, Sankhuwasabha, Gorkha including other places. The commission while releasing a press statement on November 15 has stated tha....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  
Vehicles without permission being used for election campaign

The candidates in Ilam are using vehicles without having permission from election office for their campaign as the election date is approaching. According to the office of the chief election officer, out of 13 political parties contesting the election, only candidate Keshav Thapa for HoR and Khagendra Devan for state assembly of ....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  
Memorandum handed over Demanding to stop use of children and schools in Election Dissemination

Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) including many other active organizations of the district have handed over the memorandum to Chief Election Officer Dhruba Prasad Sapkota demanding to manage an environment so that none of the political parties can use children and schools for their election campaign. The organizations handi....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  
Teacher alleged of involving in election campaign Against CoC

Locals of Chaurpati Rural Municipality-4, Payal have accused teacher of Baij Nath Secondary School of involving in election campaign and sending back students to their home without teaching them. There was an election assembly in this ward on November 14. On November 14, students were send back to their home saying that there is ....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  
14 Polling stations very sensitive in Ramechhap

The District Security Committee of Ramechhap has determined 14 polling stations to be very sensitive out of 191 polling stations. The Chief District Officer Dilip Prasad Lamichhane said that 23 polling stations are categorized as sensitive and 53 to be normal. There is one seat for House of Representative member in Ramechhap dist....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  
Thirty Seven polling centers under 37 polling stations in Mustang

For the upcoming parliamentary and provincial election on November 26, 37 polling stations has been determined in Mustang along with 37 polling centers. The District Election Office of Mustang has said that there are up to 150 voters in one polling centers and none of the polling stations has voters as per criterion according to ....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  
Election assembly in temple against CoC

The Forum and RJP alliance have organized assembly in Bageshwori Temple at Rajbiraj Municipality-6 on November 16 by violating the election code of conduct. The candidates duo Upendra Yadav from Forum and Manish Kumar Suman from RJP had asked for vote by organizing election assembly at temple premises which is strictly prohibited....

Post Update :November 15, 2017,  






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