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Nepali Congress accuses ruling party of vote-rigging


30 November 2019  

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KATHMANDU: The main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) has accused the ruling party of vote-rigging.

Issuing a statement on Saturday, the party’s Chief Secretary Krishna Prasad Poudel said the government failed to hold the by-elections in a free and fair manner.

“It is indeed sad that the incumbent government failed to hold the election in a transparent manner,” reads the statement, accusing the ruling Nepal Communist Party of misusing power to elect its candidates.

By-elections were held today to elect people’s representatives in various 52 vacant posts across 37 districts.

Publish Date : 30 November 2019 21:29 PM

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