Voting resumed in Sankhuwasabha, which was stopped after the poll dispute

4 November, Sankhuvasabha. Voting, which was interrupted in two polling stations of Sankhuwasabha, has resumed.

Voting was disrupted at (c) polling middle of Mahendra Secondary School positioned in Khandbari Municipality-3 and (b) middle of Saraswati Secondary School positioned in Chainpur Municipality-6.

There was a dispute after the polling officer handed over the poll papers for the House of Representatives. The controversy arose when the polling officer of Mahendra Mavi (C) Center despatched 31 ballots for the House of Representatives to the State Assembly and 31 ballots for the House of Representatives within the sales space of the State Assembly.

Assistant Electoral Officer Dr. Indra Sapkota knowledgeable that the polling began after the lifeless hour with the settlement between Chief Electoral Officer Teknath Gautam, Chief District Officer Virend Yadav, Chief of Security Agency and representatives of political events.

According to him, 31 poll packing containers had been saved sealed. He mentioned that it was agreed that the poll might be counted within the provincial meeting and the consultant meeting of the consultant meeting.

Similarly, in Saraswati Mavi Chainpur, there was an argument after 41 poll papers fell into the poll field for the House of Representatives. It has been agreed to alter the 41 used poll papers and use one other poll field.