UML urges govt to remove fear of voters
By N24 Correspondent
Friday, November 17th, 2017
KATHMANDU: The CPN (UML) central election mobilization committee on Thursday has urged the government to remove dilemma and fear among the voters.
The committee by issuing a press statement has drawn the attention of the Election Commission as government was violating the election code of conduct.
The committee spokesperson Bishnu Rimal has alerted the EC as ruling parties were violating election code of conducts in various districts including Kathmandu and Lalitpur.
The publicity materials in these districts were found violating election code of conduct. The committee has also condemned the bomb attacks and anti election activities witnessed in various parts of the country.
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