The Election Commission’s choice to maintain the grievance towards Vishwaprakash on maintain

30 October, Kathmandu. General Minister of Nepali Congress and Jhapa area no. The Election Commission has filed a grievance towards candidate 1 Vishwa Prakash Sharma for violating the code of conduct.

Sharma was accused of offering monetary help to the hearth victims through the election and that it was towards the election code of conduct. However, the fee determined to maintain the allegation on maintain because it couldn’t be confirmed.

Sharma handed over 250,000 rupees to the hearth sufferer Cable Niraula and her father. The fee requested for an evidence about that.

Sharma had mentioned that on May 6, he had given 11,000 rupees to the victims, and as a continuation of that, he had given one other 250,000 rupees collected from America. In addition, he submitted an evidence saying that the help is a part of the catastrophe service and the continuation of the work since earlier than the announcement of the election.

Based on that, the Election Commission concluded that there was no violation of the Election Code of Conduct.

In the order of Election Commission Commissioner and Code of Conduct Monitoring Committee Coordinator, Ram Prasad Bhandari, it’s written, ‘Since it isn’t seen that the paperwork hooked up to Missile and the explanatory reply submitted by Mr. Vishwaprakash Sharma have been confirmed to have acted opposite to the Code of Conduct 2079, it’s thought-about that the offered grievance will probably be saved in abeyance.’