BAITADI: With the announcement of the elections of the constituent assembly, leaders of different political parties have started to expedite their visit to different districts and tried to woo the voters for the upcoming elections of the constituent assembly.
In this process, General Secretary of Nepali Congress Prakash Man Singh reached to Baitadi to take part in the election. Addressing the program Singh claimed that the elections of the constituent assembly would take place in November 19 even if the 33-political parties do not take part in the elections.
Stating that the elections commission has publicized the schedule for the election, he added that the election would take place at the same date. He also appealed all the agitating political parties to take part in the elections as formation of the Chief Justice led government was the compulsion to resolve all the problems dogging the country. He appealed them not to make the same issue as an excuse to oppose the election. He expressed the hope that the elections would take place in November as it is only the resolution of the current political problem.
Meanwhile, a delegation of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) visited Chairperson of the Interim Election Government, Khil Raj Regmi, on Sunday and demanded that effective arrangement be made for relief immediately to the flood and landslide victims of the Far-Western and Mid-Western regions.
The delegation comprising of party leaders Lokendra Bahadur Chand, Dr. Prakash Chandra Lohani and central members urged Chairman Regmi for relief to the victims and reconstruction of the damaged infrastructures.
On the occasion, they also discussed on holding the upcoming election to the Constituent Assembly (CA) in a free and fair manner.
Regmi informed that the government has made all the necessary preparations required for the election.
However, leader Chanda pointed out that the government should take initiative to increase broader participation of people in election and to ensure participation of more and more political parties in the election.
Chanda stressed that the government should move ahead by making short-term and long-term plans as the landslides and floods have destroyed infrastructures across the country, Co-spokesperson of the party, Kiran Giri quoted Chanda.
Comment here !
KATHMANDU:- Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, is arriving on an official visit to Nepal on Monday, May 16. He
KATHMANDU:- All preparations for the May 13 local election have been completed, according to the Election Commission. The EC has
KATHMANDU:- The silence period for the local level election commences from midnight today. The country is going to the local
By Narayan Dhungana, KATHMANDU:- People residing temporarily in Kathmandu Valley due to various reasons are returning their home to cast