Nepal | October 01, 2020

UPDATE: First phase elections vote counting begins

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Counting of votes starts in Lamjung, on Thursday, December 7, 2017. Photo: Ramji Rana

KATHMANDU: Vote counting has begun for the first phase polls to elect representatives for the lower house of the Federal Parliament and State Assemblies held on November 26, 2017.

As per the preliminary vote-count that began earlier today, the left coalition is comfortably leading the race with the Nepali Congress and alliance struggling to catch up.

The table below presents the in-progress vote count for the 32 districts that went to polls in November, to be updated as we receive verified numbers.

District

Constituency

NC                  

CPN-UML

Maoist Centre

Others

Taplejung

1

693

1314

Bhojpur

1

859

1233

Lamjung

1

769

699

Manang

1

164

Mustang

1

507

625

Jajarkot

1

862

1171

Kalikot

1

504

803

Rukum East

1

673

1119

249 (Naya Shakti)

Rukum West

1

715

2564

Mugu

1

376

681

Bajura

1

477

477

Rasuwa

1

721

448

Sindhupalchowk

1

643

1503

Sindhupalchowk

2

2321

2072 (RPP-D)

Gorkha

1

330

351

Gorkha

2

165

132 (Naya Shakti)

Myagdi

1

1219

1451

Dhading

1

695

1240

Bajhang

1

1421

1956

Jumla

1

508

612

Humla

1

234

256

434 (Independent)

Dolakha

1

732

1345

Darchula

1

2240

3199

Ramechhap

1

354

554

Pachthar

1

464

770

Sankhuwasabha

1

416

395

Baitadi

1

Okhaldhunga

1

Solukhumbu

1

 761

 1029

Dhading

2

Rolpa

1

Dolpa

1

Khotang

1

Nuwakot

1

Nuwakot

2

Baglung

1

Baglung

2


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