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Regmi reiterates Govt. committed for free and fair polls; appeals all to participate in electoral process


KATHMANDU: As the government’s bid to bring dissenting parties on board is yet to get any fruit, Chairperson of the Interim Election Council Khil Raj Regmi has claimed that the November 19 election will happen at any cost and also made it clear that the government is committed for holding the elections in a free and fair manner.

Speaking at the conclusion of a Mahayagna organised at the premises of Bajrayogini Temple in Sankhu on the outskirts today, Chairman Regmi appealed to all for their active participation in the voting.

“Election is indispensable for writing the constitution and the only objective of the incumbent government is to conduct the election to the Constituent Assembly in a peaceful, free and fear-free environment on coming November 19, so, I call upon one and all to participate to the maximum extent possible in the approaching CA election,” he said.

He stressed that only the people’s active participation can make the November 19 elections possible. According to him, the prolonged political instability has affected the process of reforming and developing the religious sector.

Stating that success to the desired extent could not be achieved in the religious tourism sector also as in other sectors due to the prolonged political transition, Chairman Regmi said, adding that it is imperative to hold the election on the designated date also to transform the present transition to stability.

He expressed the confidence that timely repair, reconstruction and maintenance of the temples which are an important part of our cultural and religious heritage would help keep our civilization vibrant.

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