More than 2300 safety personnel deployed in Bhojpur

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2 November, Bhojpur. More than 2,300 safety personnel have been mobilized in Bhojpur, a hilly district of Province No. 1, for the forthcoming House of Representatives and State Assembly elections on November 4.

157 polling stations together with 87 polling stations and two short-term polling stations have been established within the district. Chief District Officer Hariprasad Ghimire knowledgeable that safety personnel have been mobilized in all these polling stations. He stated that safety arrangements have been made within the polling station with obligatory safety personnel.

According to the safety businesses, safety preparations have been made within the district with Madi Police, Nepal Police, Armed Police and Nepali Army. It is alleged that 860 Madi police, 530 Nepali police, 215 armed police and about 700 Nepali military have been mobilized within the district.

A ‘reserve drive’ of sufficient safety personnel has additionally been organized to succeed in the district inside half-hour.

Chief Electoral Officer Maniram Neupane stated that obligatory safety preparations have been made to make the election clear, free, truthful, fearless, transparent and dependable. He stated that groups with polling officers have reached all polling stations.

One thousand 200 and forty-six staff together with 100 and fifty-seven polling officers, 100 and fifty-seven assistant polling officers and different auxiliary employees have been deployed within the district for the election.

There are 25 candidates for the House of Representatives within the district, seven candidates in Province (1) and 6 candidates in Province (2). Chief of District Election Office Bhojpur, Toplal Bhusal, knowledgeable that there are 64 thousand 100 and 25 male, 59 thousand 200 and fifty three feminine and one different voters in Bhojpur.