45 ladies polling officers in Parsa, 3 facilities accountable for ladies

November 3, Birgunj. 45 ladies polling officers have been assigned for the election of members of the House of Representatives and Provincial Assembly to be held in Parsa on Sunday. 167 polling stations have been designated in Parsa, which has 14 municipalities.

414 polling stations together with 2 momentary polling stations have been designated for 4 constituencies for the House of Representatives and eight for the State Assembly. Out of which 45 polling stations might be headed by ladies polling officers. The head of the district election workplace Parsa and the district election officer are additionally ladies.

District Election Officer Ranjita Jha knowledgeable that out of 414 polling stations, ladies polling officers have been assigned to 45 stations. They have reached the polling station with the required supplies from the workplace of the involved election officer and have made mandatory preparations.

In every polling station, there are 4,700 polling officers, assistant polling officers, 5 assistants, 1 helper and 4 volunteers.

In Parsa there are 77 thousand 679 voters in Constituency No. 1, 86 thousand 966 in Region No. 2, 90 thousand 432 in Region No. 3 and 90 thousand 851 in Region No. 4 in whole 345 thousand 928 voters.

All responsibility of three polling stations to ladies

In Parsa, three polling stations are accountable for ladies workers solely. Three polling stations throughout the Tharu hostel advanced situated in Birgunj Ward No. 5 have been made ‘pattern’.

Polling officers, assistant polling officers, assistant workers, assistants and volunteers are all ladies in these facilities. Polling officers Anju Periyar, Jamuna Dhital and Ratika Sharma and 21 assistant workers are all ladies.

Security personnel beneath the leadership of Police Assistant Inspector Sriyanka Basnet have been mobilized for the safety of the polling station the place there are 2,257 voters. 17 safety personnel together with Madi are deployed on the polling station. Only just a few of the safety personnel are males.

Chief Electoral Officer Vinod Kumar Pokharel knowledgeable {that a} mannequin polling station has been constructed to convey the message that girls workers are able to voting in a good and peaceable method.