15 November, Kathmandu. 50 % of the votes had been misplaced within the re-voting for the members of the House of Representatives and the Provincial Assembly right this moment in 10 polling stations of Dolakha.
According to Chief Electoral Officer Dilliratna Shrestha, 50 % votes had been forged and the election was accomplished peacefully.
An all-party assembly is at present being held concerning what time to begin the counting of votes. There are 8,514 voters in 4 cubicles in that polling station.
There had been A, B and C of Vaiteshwar Secondary School polling station situated in Ward No-6 of Vaiteshwar Rural Municipality of the district, A and B of Janjyoti Secondary School Putlikath polling station of Ward No. 2, Ward No. 3 Kalidhunga Secondary School polling station A, B and C. Tamakoshi Rural Municipality Ward No. 3 Healthpost Bhavan, polling stations A, B and C had been voted on.
After a dispute arose within the voting held on November 4 in that polling station, the Election Commission instructed the workplace of the involved Election Officer on November 11 to cancel the voting and re-vote.
There had been a complete of 94 polling stations and 195 polling stations in Dolakha, which is a constituency within the House of Representatives. There are 21 candidates from 14 political events and 7 independents on this space with a complete of 161 thousand 450 voters.