Political leaders Shows commitment not to use children in election
The leaders from various political parties have shown solidarity and committed not to use children during election campaign. The leaders shown their commitment while speaking at the program organized by District Child-welfare committee in Tanahu on April 20.
They said that they will not use children in any election related activities such as rallies, meeting, assembly and election dissemination.
Similarly, they committed not to obstruct studies of the children during the election related activities. Further they committed to fully follow the election Code of Conduct (CoC) issued by the election commission.
Speaking at the program CDO Phadindra Mani Pokhrel said that each and every one must follow the CoC as using children during an election is prohibited.
Prakash Chandra Bhattarai
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