Women answerable for 4 polling stations in Humla

3 November, Simkot. Women have been given the responsibility of 4 polling stations within the Himalayan district Humla for the House of Representatives and State Assembly member elections to be held on November 4.

According to the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, there are 58 polling stations and 59 polling facilities within the district. Accordingly, it’s mentioned that every one those that have met the qualifications named for polling officers have been made polling officers.

Sudha Sapkota in Bhimsen Basic School in Simkot Rural Municipality-5, Rajan Chand in Kalashilta Basic School in 6, Parvati Rokaya in Humla Mavi Raya in Kharpunath Rural Municipality-3 and Sarita Bohra in Devkota Basic School in Sarkegad Rural Municipality-3 within the district. Shyam Bahadur Rana, performing officer of the election workplace Humla, mentioned

Similarly, eight girls have been given the duty of assistant polling officer. According to the Chief Electoral Officer’s workplace, girls have been given precedence within the district elections. More girls staff have been deployed on this election than within the native elections held final May.

There had been solely 44 girls within the district within the native elections. Office of the Chief Electoral Officer Humla has knowledgeable that 76 girls have been appointed on this election.

One or two girls have been assigned to every polling station within the district. Four and a half hundred staff are deployed right here for the election.