Chief Election Commissioner Dr Ayodhee Prasad Yadav has appealed to the Rastriya Janata Party (RaJaPa) and other agitating political parties not to deprive the rights of their leaders and cadres to file their candidacy and campaign for the upcoming election quoting RSS source.
The second phase of local level election is being held in 41 districts across province no 1, 2, 5 and 7.
Talking to media persons upon his return from field visit of province no 2 in connection to the upcoming election, Chief Election Commissioner expressed his confidence that all the national issues would be resolved through the election.
Stating that the political parties are preparing for the nomination of the candidates and launching election campaign, Yadav believed that the environment favorable for election would be enabled after the candidates start reaching out to the voters intensely after registering their candidacy.
Yadav also held the belief that the second phase of election would be conducted with similar zeal and participation of the voters as in the first phase.
He shared that the election date was postponed earlier so as to ensure the broader acceptability of the new constitution but the election date-fixed at- June 28 could not be further postponed.
The Chief Election Commissioner also spoke of the need for the political parties and their candidates in Saptari district to reach out to voters as much as possible and to run election campaign as in Morang and Sunsari districts.
Dr Yadav suggested the political parties and the stakeholders in those districts to put in place necessary security arrangements in view of the election.