Six Polling Stations are Sensitive in Pyuthan
The six polling stations designated in Pyuthan for upcoming by-election to be held on 30 November are found sensitive.
The upcoming by-election is for the position of the ward chairperson of Airawati Rural Municipality- 1, 2 and Pyuthan Municipality- 2 in which Airawati rural municipality’s six polling stations are in sensitive state and two polling stations of Pyuthan Municipality 2 is in a normal condition says Chief District Officer Krishna Prasad Pant.
CDO Panta added there are two local levels in Pyuthan with three wards consisting eight polling stations and twelve voting booths.
He further added that the spots are considered sensitive on the basis of security, communication, transport facility and geographical features. District Election Office’s Chief Krishna Bahadur Kunwar said, for the by-election of three ward chairpersons, there will be total of 8 thousand 3 hundred and 26 voters of which 4 thousand 3 hundred and 52 are females and 3 thousand 9 hundred and 74 are males.
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