12 November, Kathmandu. A gathering of the District Election Management Committee is being held to debate the problem of re-election within the canceled polling stations in Dolakha. A gathering with the Chief Electoral Officer and safety company officers is at the moment sitting.
Chief Electoral Officer Dilliratna Shrestha informed Online News, ‘We are at the moment holding a gathering to debate when the election will probably be held.’
The Election Commission has requested the workplace of the Chief Electoral Officer to conduct the election by this November fifteenth. Chief Electoral Officer Shrestha stated that the date of the election will probably be mounted primarily based on the solutions acquired from the safety officers within the assembly.
“We have a deadline of fifteenth, 14th or fifteenth is our possibility,” he stated, “What the safety says will occur.” He stated that the safety administration would be the most important factor to conduct fraud-free election and he’ll set the date of the election primarily based on the solutions of the safety officers.
After the election fee concluded that 10 facilities of Dolakha have been rigged, re-polling goes to be held in these facilities. A staff of the fee went to Dolakha and carried out an on-site research after the CPN-UML candidate Balkrishna Sivakoti complained to the Chief Election Officer’s workplace that there was ‘sales space seize’. Based on the suggestions of that staff, the Election Commission canceled the election on November 4 and instructed the workplace of the Chief Election Officer to re-vote by November 15.
Ward No. of Vaityashwar. 6 (A, B, C), Kalidhunga (A, B, C) of Vaityashwar 3, Janjyoti (A, B) of Vaityashwar 2 and Jamune Health Post (A, B) of Tamakosi have been determined by the fee.