Bhaktapur sees significant footfall in phase II elections

BHAKTAPUR: Around 30 per cent of total votes have been cast in Bhaktapur, which has a total of 209 polling booths and majority of the booths have seen at least 500 votes cast, according to different voting officers at the booths.

As many as 35 parties are contesting the Parliamentary election from Bhaktapur Constituency-1, and 29 parties are contesting from Constituency-2.

Similarly, Prem Suwal, a parliamentary candidate of Nepal Workers Peasant Party from Constituency-1, has cast his vote from Chochhe.

Similarly, Mahesh Basnet, candidate from the left alliance, cast his vote from Gundu -7

Damannath Dhungana, candidate from Nepali Congress in Bhaktapur -2, however, won’t be able to vote for himself in the constituency, since he is not a local resident of the district.

Elections are underway in a cheerful environment in the various polling stations of Bhaktapur.