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Candidates recommended for upcoming elections

Himalayan News Service

Gaighat, September 23

CPN-Maoist Centre Udayapur today recommended the names of possible candidates from the district for the second phase of parliamentary and provincial elections slated for December 7.

The CPN-MC secretariat meeting held on Thursday and Friday selected the district candidates for the elections. Ram Karki, Mohan Bahadur Khatri and KP Baral have been recommended for Parliament members from constituency 2 and Suresh Kumar Rai, Min Bahadur Thakuri and Puspa Basnet have been recommended from constituency 1.

Similarly, CPN-MC Udaypur district has recommended Ganesh Tamang, Kumar Singh Karki and Rakesh Kiranti from Belka and Chaudandi for the province election while Jeevan Kumar Karki, Ram Bahadur Thapa and Bimal Kiranti have been recommended from Triyuga Municipality. Likewise, Narayan Burja, Kajiman Tamang and Abiraj Rai’s have been chosen from Rautamani, Udayapurgadhi and Sunkoshi Rural Municipality’s areas. Binod Katwal, Bhesh Kumari Raut and Hemraj Dahal have been selected from Katari Municipality and Tapli Rural Municipality area.

Bhim Bahadur Adhikari, Mani Khambu and Bhim Bahadur BK’s have been recommended for PR seat. Dorna Poudel, Prithivi BK and Ganga Chaudhary’s have been recommended for PR seat from Triyuga Municipality area. While Seti Maya Ale, Jhanak BK, Hom Kiranti have been chosen for province PR seat from rural municipalities, Bhawani Khanal, Dhungaraj BK, Jhanda Bahadur Rai and Kaji Lal Danuwar have been selected for the province PR seat from Katari Municipality area. Similarly, Rajan Kiranti, Samjhana Tamang and Dil Kumari Magar have been recommended for province PR seat from Belka Chaudandi, according to district assistant coordinator Drona Poudel of the party.

CPN- MC, Udaypur, has recommended as many as three candidates for one post from the district. Besides, the CPN-MC no other party in the district has recommends names of the candidates for parliamentary and provincial polls.

A version of this article appears in print on September 24, 2017 of The Himalayan Times.

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