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CEC Thapaliya says by-polls held in fair, free and credible way


02 December 2019  

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KATHMANDU: Chief Election Commissioner Dinesh Kumar Thapaliya on Monday said defeated election contestants sharing happiness and garlanding the winners is a good trend.

“This trend disseminates a message that elections are organized in a fair, free and credible way. We should encourage and establish this tendency,” he said at an event organized here to thank all those deployed for the recently held by-polls.

He said the by-polls have been concluded successfully and a low budget has been spent on election-related activities and publicity and voter education.

“The by-polls that have been concluded in a fair, free and impartial way is the result of our collective and good efforts,” he said.

Similarly, Spokesperson for the EC, Raj Kumar Shrestha claimed that the by-election was held successfully and with a comparatively low budget.

The EC has made public final results of the by-poll that was held in 37 districts to elect members of the House of Representatives, State Assembly and local levels.

A total of 5,054 employees and 310 voter educators were deployed for the by-election.

Publish Date : 02 December 2019 20:47 PM

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