NRNA's election process begins

KATHMANDU: The election of the new leadership of Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA), initially postponed on Tuesday, has begun at 10:00 am today.

According to NRNA spokesperson, Bhushan Ghimire, ballot paper has been used instead of the electronic voting machine where both sides agreed to use ballot paper after a long debate surrounding it, Ghimire added.

As many as 76 candidates are contesting for 42 posts and representatives from 81 countries are attending the congress.

There are six different polling stations and the voting is scheduled to end at 4:00 pm today.

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is scheduled to address the concluding session of world conference and international congress of the NRNA.