CA Election: Unprecedented Political Unity In Syangja

Waling (Syangja): Unexpected unity and goodwill has been seen among the various political parties in Syangja district despite the past misunderstandings, disputes and quarrels. Altogether 35 poll candidates from the 14 political parties are in the poll fray. Three big parties Nepali Congress, CPN- UML and CPN- Maoist have shown such unity to let around 300,000 voters of the district cast their votes, said Chief Election Officer Jagat Prasad Shrestha.

Local administration has tightened security and 17 mobile patrol teams of armed police and civil police are to be mobilized for the security of voters and polling booths, according to the CDO Krishna Prasad Lamsal. CDO Lamsal added that an all-party mechanism has been formed at local and district level to solve any untoward disputes during the polls.

Various poll candidates were found almost together in the doorsteps of the voters while electioneering. They also organized separate party programmes in the same hall at an interval of an hour. YCL cadres are conducting their activities in a civilized manner.

Saying that they would accept any outcome of the polls, district leader of CPN- Maoist Shovakhar Dhakal said “Such restrain and harmony among the parties will be continued till the poll result.”

Similarly, there are 370 polling booths in the three constituencies of the district and the deployed staffers and security personnel have already reached in those booths, according to the Election Commission. (source: RSS)





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