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Banepa, Oct. 25: Minister for Home Affairs Madhav Prasad Ghimire has said any activities that are against the Constituent Assembly (CA) election will never be acceptable to the government.

Opening a regional security seminar regarding CA member election here today, the Home Minister said any person or group involving in anti-election activities will surely have to face action from the government.

Referring to the poll-opposing CPN-Maoist, the Home Minister said although the party is   considered as a ‘political force’, its activities is ‘apolitical’.

The party not registering at the Election Commission and with the biometric voters’ name list can’t be taken as an act worthy of a political party and urged the party to use voting rights and be a responsible party.

“How can that party of which activities are not political and intentions are curtailing the people’s rights be taken as a political party,” he said.

The Home Minister further said,”The government can never pardon any clashes and scuffles among the poll-accepting parties and any anti-election activities.”

Guarantee of security is the first condition for holding the November 19 election in a free, fair and impartial atmosphere, he said.

Chief Election Commissioner Neelkantha Upreti urged the security bodies to immediately respond if any cases of violation of election code of conduct are reported.              The parties taking part in the election may misuse this time, he said, and added the EC is confident of free, fair and impartial election, following an implementation of the integrated security plan.

Chief District Officers from eight districts in the central region and also from Ramechhap and Dolakha districts, Chiefs of Armed Police Force, Nepal Police, Nepal Army and National Investigation Department took part in the seminar. RSS

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