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Govt. unveils integrated security plan for election; extends deadline of Constituency Delimitation Commission


KATHMANDU: With very little possibility of holding the elections of the constituent assembly on November 19 as proposed by the Chief Justice led election government, the government has developed an integrated election security plan in order to hold the elections of the Constituent Assembly in a peaceful manner.

The draft of integrated election security plan has been developed in consideration of the November 19 CA elections and is presently in the last phase of finalization, said Home Ministry Spokesperson Shanker Prasad Koirala.

“Election security related works are underway by setting up central election unit at the Home Ministry while separate units have also been put in place in all security agencies and at district level,” he said sharing information about the efforts being made to maintain law and order in view of election.

Meanwhile, the government has extended the term of Constituency Delimitation Commission formed to redraw the constituencies for second Constituent Assembly elections by 10 days.

A Cabinet meeting held on Thursday decided to extend the term of the commission on the recommendation of the commission. The government had formed the commission headed by former Chief Justice Tahir Ali Ansari on June 19. The commission that began its work since June 25 is due to expire on Friday.

Geologist Netra Dhital, sociologist Dambar Chemjong and former administrator Madhu Niti Tiwari are the members of the commission and legal secretary at the Prime Minister’s office Raju Man Singh Malla is the member secretary of the commission.

The commission has failed to determine the electoral constituencies due to dispute among major political parties. Failure to determine the electoral constituencies has been hampering the electoral process. With the major parties yet to find consensus on electoral issues, it seems that the election of the constituent assembly is not possible by November 19.

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