Tomorrow from 7 am to five pm, the election for the election of members of the House of Representatives and Provincial Assembly will likely be held. Addressing a press convention on the eve of the election, Chief Election Commissioner Thapalia stated that each one essential preparations have been accomplished to conduct the election in a clear, free, truthful and fear-free setting.
Thapalia stated that for the efficient implementation of the code of conduct, micro-monitoring is being carried out by the election monitoring staff and the employees and safety personnel assigned to the polling work.
He additionally knowledgeable that directions have been given to the related Chief District Officer and different appointed officers to make correct arrangements for the orderly operation of transport and correct preparations for the motion of autos in accordance with the requirements permitted by the Commission in order that the integrity and freedom of the elections should not adversely affected.
The government has declared a public vacation throughout the nation tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. Thapalia stated that the required preparations have been made with the objective of not making a scenario the place questions will be raised concerning the freedom and equity of the election.
The Commission warns that speedy motion will likely be taken towards anybody who tries to occupy the polling station through the use of power or by exhibiting worry, doesn’t permit any voter to go to the polling station on the highway or Gouda, steals, loots, destroys or seizes poll papers, poll containers or voting supplies.
The Election Commission has additionally said that it’s determined to create an setting by which elections are guided and operated by religion, thought, ideas and integrity with out permitting any undesirable actions to be affected.
Chief Commissioner Thapalia stated, “Elections are the cornerstone of consultant governance and the correct of the individuals to be ruled by their chosen representatives is given legitimacy and certainty as elections present legitimacy and certainty.”