NP Saud of Congress was elected from Kanchanpur-2

eighth of November, Kanchanpur. Nepali Congress candidate NP Saud has been elected as a member of the House of Representatives in Kanchanpur Election-2.

According to the ultimate outcomes launched by the election officer’s workplace, Saud obtained 28 thousand 100 votes whereas his nearest competitor Nar Bahadur Dhami of CPN-UML obtained 21 thousand 645 votes. Saud received by a margin of 6,455 votes.

Similarly, Rashtriya Swatantra Party candidate Jhankarraj Joshi obtained 4,931 votes, Rashtriya Prajatantra Party’s Ashok Bahadur Singh obtained 3,510 votes.

According to the election officer’s workplace, 64,752 votes had been forged on this space. In which 4,920 votes have been invalidated. The candidates of the ruling coalition have received in each the areas of the state meeting. Congress candidate Bahadur Singh Thapa defeated UML candidate Kriparam Rana within the state meeting (2) by a margin of 1,726 votes.

While Thapa obtained 10,668 votes, his nearest competitor Rana from UML obtained 8,942 votes. Similarly, Lal Bahadur Khadka of the CPN United Socialists obtained 4,404 votes.

According to the election officer’s workplace, there have been 50,889 voters on this space and 30,945 votes had been forged. Electoral Officer Mohan Joshi stated that 1,641 votes had been invalid.

Similarly, Om Vikram Bhat of CPN (Maoist Centre) was elected within the State Assembly (1). While he obtained 10,925 votes, his nearest competitor Bachan Bahadur Singh of UML obtained 10,450 votes. Similarly, Geeta Chaudhary of Civil Rights Party obtained 5 thousand 100 and 52 votes and Chandrakant Bhandari of RPP obtained 3 thousand 57 votes.