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Nepali Congress recommends poll candidates in Ramechhap

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Ramechhap, October 7

Nepali Congress Ramechhap has recommended as many as 69 candidates to the central committee for the upcoming provincial and parliamentary elections from the district.

NC District Working Committee meeting decided to recommend names of all prospective candidates for the elections. District President Lawashree Neupane said, “We have collected names of aspirant candidates and sent to the central committee.”

Angtawa Sherpa, Kishwor Kumar Sunuwar, Purna Bahadur Tamang, Bharat Chaulagain, Ram Chandra Khadka and Shiva Kumar Khadka have been recommended for First-past-thepost System. Similarly, Kedar Bikram Khadka, Gajendra Bahadur Karki, Badri Prasad Ghimire, Mahesh Kumar Karki, Yubraj Bhattarai, Ratna Bahadur Karki, Lawashree Neupane, Lekh Bahadur Karki, Dr Suman Karmacharyas have been recommended for First–past-the-post System in province elections.

Keshab Prasad Chalise, Gautam Kumar Lama, Jit Bahadur Magar, Jhanak Bahadur Shrestha, Dhruba Kumar Lama, Binod Larki, Bhuban Kumar Khadka, Sarad Kumar Tamang, Raj Narayan Shrestha, Himal Das Shrestha and Gyanendra Aran have been recommended for First-past -the-post System in Constituency 2. Anjila Neupane, Kalpana Khadka, Jamuna Karki, Jhapad Raj Bhandari, Ram Kumar Khadka, Ram Krishna Khadka and Lila Bahadur Sunuwar have been recommended for Proportional Representation Electoral System from constituency 1.

Arjun KC, Uttam Moktan, Kumar Shrestha, Keshab KC, Keshar Bahadur Bhandari, Ganga Adhikari, Gunja Bahadur Shrestha, Dik Bahadur Tamang, Dhruba Hari Dhungel, Nawaraj Thokar, Nirmala Ghimire, Prem Bahadur Lama, Bal Bahadur Damai, Bishnu Bahadur Thapa Magar, Bir Bahadur Tamang, Bed Raj Lama, Binita Khadka, Bhakta Bahadur Mahat, Rajesh Shrestha, Ram Kumari Dangi, Sakuntala Tripathi and Sumitra Moktan have been named under Proportional Representation Electoral System from constituency 2.

Indrawati Moktan, Gole Sherpa,Narayan Bahadur Khadka, Mina Kumari Karki, Megh Bahadur Khatri, Laxman Prasad Ghimire, Surendra Kumar Ghising and others, have been recommended under FPTP System.

A version of this article appears in print on October 08, 2017 of The Himalayan Times.

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