Instructions to election workers: Do not be biased in the direction of events and candidates

November 3, Kathmandu. The Election Commission has instructed the workers engaged within the election to work with out leaning in the direction of any celebration or candidate.

Chief Election Commissioner Dinesh Thapalia, issuing particular instructions on Saturday, mentioned, ‘Individually, institutionally and officially, be free and neutral and don’t favor any political celebration or candidate.’

To this, Thapalia added, ‘There will be direct or oblique affect, strain, extortion, threats, and many others. within the strategy of conducting the election. But with out being impressed or influenced by any request, prejudice, allow us to be dedicated to finish and maintain the elections sincerely.’

It has been requested to not take any motion as a result of curiosity or affect of political events or candidates or election representatives or some other particular person and to resolve disputes associated to voting and vote counting independently from the affect of the events.

Stating that it’s a matter of delight for the polling officer, counting officer and workers to have the accountability, Chief Commissioner Thapalia requested them to resolve to make the work of voting and counting dignified and orderly whereas sustaining the dignity and dignity of accountability.

In the directions, it’s mentioned to completely adjust to the Constitution of Nepal, current legal guidelines, legal guidelines, codes of conduct, election associated guidelines, procedures and directions, and to not misuse poll papers, poll containers or different election supplies. It is talked about within the directions that ‘if somebody tries to do an undesirable act, he must be retaliated in accordance with the legislation, however by no means turn into a sufferer of such acts’.

At the identical time, the Commission has additionally requested to respect and deal with everybody, together with political events, candidates, staff, screens, observers, civil society media employees and voters, within the strategy of voting and counting.