By Bishal Deep Basnet on Dec 07,2017 - 17:07
CPN- UML senior leader Subash Chandra Nemwang and Jhala Nath Khanal cast their votes in Ilam. Nemwang, who is also ex-speaker of Parliamentary Assembly cast his vote in Balwinder polling center in district headquarter Ilam. Nemwang is contesting from Ilam-2.
Similarly, another senior leader of Khanal, who is also ex-Prime Minister cast his vote in Rashtriya Aadharbhut school of Suryodaya municipality-9. He is contesting from Ilam -1.
There is good management of security for the voters and officials, informed chief Election Officer Krishna Prasad Subedi. He requested the voters to exercise their voting rights in free and fearless manner.
There are total 20,446 eligible voters in the district. In the constituency, one there are 101,161 voters and in constituency two there are 102,985 voters.
(All pictures were taken by MyRepublica)Tags - Ilam , Nepal , Election , Voting , CPN-UML
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