काठमाण्डु टुडे २०७० कार्तिक २५ गते १४:५७ मा प्रकाशित

Kathmandu, Nov.11: The Election Commission (EC) has said that its serious attention has been drawn towards the incidents of vandalism, fire and explosion in different parts of the country targeting political leaders, candidates and voters in course of the Nepal banda Monday.

Organising a press conference here Monday, the EC said in democracy all the Nepali citizens have a right to express disagreement over any issue in a peaceful manner, but none is allowed to create obstructions violating rights of others.

“Rights of others should be respected while exercising one’s right,” the EC said in a press statement, adding that around 12 million voters are eager to take part in the CA election.

The EC is committed to ensuring the people’s right to vote and conducting the second CA election in a free, fair and reliable manner on the announced date, said EC Spokesperson Bir Bahadur Rai.

The EC is busy making final preparations for the November 19 election, Spokesman Rai said, adding the political parties, candidates and voters are actively working to make the election successful.

Election is a legal way for people to choose their representatives, the EC said and expressed the confidence that all the democratic forces will help ensure this sovereign right of the people. RSS

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