Both of Polling stations in Rolpa are very Sensitive
Both of the polling stations of Rolpa allotted for by-election scheduled for 30 November are very sensitive.
Deputy Chief District Officer Nawaraj Sharma said that the both of the polling stations at Janachachhu Primary School allotted for by-election for the post of ward chairperson of Thawang Municipality-1 are very sensitive.
Deputy CDO added,”Even though it is considered very sensitive in terms of security we have made special security plan after meeting with district security committee for clean and fearless election.”
The numbers of woman voters are high in this ward. According to District election office, Rolpa, out of 1 thousand 2 hundred 74 voters, 6 hundred 91 are women and 5 hundred 83 are men.
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