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Voting in seven polling centres held peacefully on Sunday


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2022 May 16, 7:42, Kathmandu
People waiting in line for their turn to vote on May 13, 2022. Photo: RSS

Voting in seven different polling stations of five local levels which were postponed on May 13 have been completed peacefully on Sunday, the Election Commission (EC) said.

As per the details shared from the Joint Election Operation Centre of the EC, the voting was held on Sunday in a polling centre at Shankar Secondary School in Guthichaur Rural Municipality-3 in Jumla; at Janata Secondary School in Dakneshwori Municipality-2 and two polling centres of Harihari in Saptari.

Likewise, voting was held on Sunday in a polling centre at Ramalmasto Secondary School of Raskot Rural Municipality-4 and a polling centre at Janata Secondary School of Pachal Jharana Rural Municipality-3 in Kalikot district.

Voting was held in two polling centres in Sunipipal Chaur Secondary School of Jaya Prithvi Municipality-7 in the Bajhang district.

The new dates for the polling and reelection are ongoing on different dates in a total of 85 polling stations where voting was postponed due to disputes among political parties, candidates and other sides.

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