Village-centred campaigns leave Bhojpur HQ deserted
Bhojpur, November 5
The otherwise quiet and peaceful villages of Bhojpur district have become vibrant and loud after various political parties in the district intensified their election publicity campaigns for the November 26 polls.
Candidates of various parties are busy with door-to-door election publicity campaigns. Mass assemblies organised by various political parties are common sight in the villages. There are seven rural municipalites and two municipalities in the district.
It is said that the district headquarters wore a deserted look after cadres, along with candidates, left for village-centred publicity campaigns.
As many as 12 political parties, including the left and the democratic alliances, are organising poll-related activities in the villages. Even though there are 12 political parties in the poll race from the district, a tough fight is expected between the left and the democratic alliances.
Cadres from different political parties have launched election-related activities in seven rural municipalities and two municipalities of the district.
Candidates for parliamentary elections are busy meeting voters from across the district while candidates for provincial polls are actively involved in mass assemblies, interactions, meetings, and agenda discussion within their constituencies.
Umesh Jung Rayamajhi from the democratic alliance has filed his candidacy for the parliamentary polls. While Ajambar Kangmang Rai has filed his candidacy for the provincial election from Constituency No 1 Ka, Govinda Bahadur Karki from the democratic alliance has filed omination for the provincial election from Constituency No 1 Kha.
Similarly, Sudhan Kirati from the left alliance has filed his nomination for election to the House of Representatives.
Rajendra Rai from the left alliance will be contesting provincial election from Constituency No 1 Ka while Sher Dhan Rai will be contesting the polls from constituency No 1 Kha.