KATHMANDU:- Nepali Congress (NC) general secretary Dr Shashanka Koirala has urged the representatives of the party’s 14th general convention to cast their votes by using their self-conscience in the voting process.
Talking to the media persons at the voting place in Bhrikutimandap today, Dr Koirala urged the representatives to use their conscience adding that he himself would use his conscience by being neutral.
Dr Koirala also said that he was not in any panel of the competing presidency and office-bearers while adding that he would vote independently.
The general convention representatives have queued up at the voting stations at the Rashtriya Sabha Griha and Bhrikutimandap for the voting.
The party Central Election Committee said 487 candidates are vying for 134 posts. As per the Nepali Congress statute, election is held for 134 posts of the 167-member central working committee while the party president nominates remaining 33 members, including the treasurer.
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