Lalkesh Jaishi Given Garland of Cash as Election Fund
Lalkesh Jaishi candidate for the post of chairperson from the CPN-Maoist centre in Tanjakot rural municipality, has been given a garland of NPR 100,000 (thousand notes) by his opponent candidate Akbir Khadka. Khadka is an independent candidate for the same position.
Khadka also rebelled the general assembly organized by the CPN-Maoist Central Village Committee Humla and said that he has dimissed his candidature and given the money collected fund for the election to Jaishi.
Khadka said, “I had given my candidature as an independent after not getting the ticket, but now the people want me to withdraw my candidature. Therefore, I am handing over the collected fund and my election symbol to my opponent.’
Independent candidate Khadka was given a rose flower as election symbol by the Election Office. He said that he had handed over the money to Jaishi after collecting his election expenses.
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