55 voters at Guumbagaon polling station in Bajura

Himal Bhakti Basic School Polling Station in Gumba village

2 November, Bajura. There are 55 voters within the polling station in Himali Rural Municipality 3 Gumba of Bajura.

There had been 60 voters right here within the native elections held final May. Navraj Bhandari, head of district election workplace Bajura knowledgeable that after eradicating the names of 5 individuals who died, 55 individuals remained.

There are 70 polling stations and 112 polling stations in Bajura district. According to the district election workplace, Bajura, the bottom variety of voters in Bajura is 55 within the polling station of Gumba village. A polling station has been arrange at Himal Bhakti Basic School in Gumba village.

A polling station was established within the 2074 native elections on this village, which is probably the most distressed in Bajura. Before the primary spherical of native elections in 2074, after the information that the villagers of Gumba had been pressured to remain to vote, the Election Commission established a polling station at Himal Bhakti Basic School in Gumba village.

Before the native elections of 2074, it was obligatory to go to vote in Ward No. 3 Boudi. It used to take three days to shuttle from Gumba village and Baudi. People used to dwell on the highway and shuttle to vote. After the information was printed, the Election Commission of Kathmandu gave permission to the District Election Office Bajura to arrange a polling station on twenty fifth June 2074.

The residents of Gumba village are going to vote for the third time after the establishment of polling station within the village. 85-year-old Chhiring Dhorche Lama of Gumba village mentioned he was completely satisfied after the polling station was established within the village. Another native member, Jagat Bahadur Lama, mentioned that even those that had been disadvantaged of voting up to now will now vote within the village.

43 polling stations in Bajura district are on the record of extremely delicate. According to the information supplied by the Assistant Chief District Officer of Bajura, Lokendra Bista, solely 4 out of the entire 70 polling stations within the district are in regular situation. He knowledgeable that 43 polling stations have been listed as extremely delicate and 23 as delicate polling stations.

According to Assistant Chief District Officer Bista, round 2,000 safety personnel together with Nepal Police, Madi Police, Armed Police and Nepali Army have been deployed for the election. There are 83 thousand 567 voters in Bajura district.