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Security Chiefs discuss election security with EC officials

KATHMANDU: With the threat of the poll opposing 33-party alliance to announce stronger protest programs against the elections of the constituent assembly, discussions are on at the top level to prepare effective security mechanism for the election to thwart the attempt of poll opposing parties.

Home Minister and heads of all four security bodies met Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commission (EC) office-bearers on Sunday to inform the latter about the security plan for the upcoming CA elections. Home Minister Madhav Prasad Ghimire and heads of security bodies went to the EC office on Sunday to inform about the government’s strategy for the security of CA polls.

In the meeting convened at EC office, Home Minister Ghimire, Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) Gen Gaurav Shumsher Rana, Inspector General of Police Kuber Rana, Armed Police Force IGP Kosh Raj Onta and National Investigation Department Chief informed the EC office bearers about the security plan.

The meeting discussed security plan proposed by the government and ways to ensure a ‘security-proof’ election, according to Commission officials. The government has formed a four-tier security system to ensure free and fair elections.

The government decided to go ahead for the elections of the constituent assembly despite opposition from the poll opposing parties as they did not agree to take part in the election under the Chief Justice led government and deferring the election date slated for November 19.

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