Counting stalled in Sunsari-4 unsure

11 November, Sunsari. Sunsari 4 postponed counting of votes is uncertain. Confusion has been created when the all-party assembly, which was presupposed to be held at 4 o’clock, is unsure.

After the all-party assembly, which was held for nearly 4 hours from 9 am, ended with none conclusion, the subsequent assembly couldn’t be held.

When the counting of votes in Barah Kshetra 8 was happening, Minister of Communication and Information Technology Gyanendra Bahadur Karki demanded to cease the counting of votes, alleging that 600 votes that weren’t within the poll had been added in favor of CPN-UMLE.

Minister Karki refused to answer the media concerning the dialogue that passed off within the Sunday morning assembly and what to do subsequent. He stated that he is not going to say something about this matter now. Arjun Adhikari, the chief election officer of Sunsari, has not responded.

UML candidate Jagdish Prasad Kusiait has accused that the Congress has retreated beneath the guise of energy and energy after seeing defeat.

Nepali Congress is in favor of re-counting. UML is of the opinion that 600 votes must be deactivated and the counting must be continued with consensus. UML shouldn’t be in favor of re-counting.

Meanwhile, District Deputy Chairman and candidate of National Independent Party Jeevan Kumar Shrestha has issued an announcement and demanded re-voting.

Counting of 8 wards together with 10 and 11 of Barahkshetra Municipality, 7 and eight of Bhokraha, 6 and seven of Haringara, 5 and 6 of Koshi Rural Municipality is but to be counted.

2 wards of Barah Kshetra, 8 No. of Bhokraha. Wards, each wards of Haringara and 5 wards of Koshi are held by the Congress.

Two wards of Bhokraha 7 and Koshi 6 are the holding areas of UML.