Kathmandu. The government has given a public holiday on Tuesday, April 4. According to the information published in the Nepal Gazette on March 10, the holiday will be held on Tuesday as per the arrangement of giving public holiday on the day of Eid-ul-Fitr.
Read also: Preparations for the election in Makwanpur are in full swing.Candidates have given continuity to the door-to-door program. Candidates have started marching from door to door with party flags, banners and election symbols. Candidates have started appeasing the people with their party’s commitment and manifesto.
Electoral activity has skyrocketed in rural and remote areas of Makwanpur’s 10 local levels. Chief District Officer Bharat Mani Pandey said that the house-to-house program was going on peacefully. According to the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, Makwanpur, 325,000 ballot papers have been received. Necessary materials for the election are yet to be brought from the state election office.
According to Lumbanath Pokhrel, Returning Officer of the Provincial Election Officer’s Office, ballot papers will be distributed at the polling station till April 10. Preparations are underway to organize training for polling officers and assistant polling officers. According to the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, more than 1,800 staff will be deployed in the district for the election.
There are 294,919 voters in the district. Elections are being held for a total of 530 posts including local level chief, deputy chief, chairman and vice-chairman, ward chairman and members. 165 polling stations and 356 polling booths have been set up in the district. In the local level election held in 2074 BS, there were 226,759 voters.