NC mobilizes central representatives for election preparation

11/13/2017

Kathmandu, Nov. 13: The ruling Nepali Congress has mobilized central representatives of the party for the preparation of the November 26 elections of House of Representatives and Provincial parliament.
The central election mobilization committee on Sunday decided to fan out the representatives to create atmosphere conducive for party, so that victory of the party candidates would be ensured.
As per the committee, Khilanath Dahal has been mobilized for Solukhumbu, Dhana Khatiwada for Sankhuwasabha, Taraman Gurung for Bhojpur, Mridula Koirala for Okhaldhunga, Keshav Kumar Budhathoki for Taplejung, Benupraj Prasain for Panchthar, Rama Poudel for Khotang, Professor Basudev Ghimire for Nuwakot, Bahadur Singh Lama for Rasuwa, said Chief Secretary at party office, Krishna Prasad Poudel.
Similarly, Rameshwor Upadhyay is mobilized for Dhading, Min Bahadur Bishwokarma for Sindhupalchowk, Pushpa Bhushal for Dolakha, Shovakar Parajuli for Ramechhap, Soviyat Bahadur Adhikari for Mustang, Tilak Ranabhat for Myagdi, Kumar for Baglung, Dr Himlal Ghimire for Manag, Dhana Bahadur Baski Rana for Lamjung, Bheshraj Duwadi for Gorkha, Krishna Karki for Rukumu (eastern), Parbati DC Chaudhari for Rolpa, Gehendra Giri for Rukum (western), Govinda Malla for Jajarkot, Dr Pramod Aryal for Humla, Dilliraj Tiwari for Mugu, Saraswati Saha for Jumla, Asha BK for Kalikot, Bidya Khanal for Dolpa, Narendra Singh Bhandari for Darchula, Shankar Prasad Pande for Bajhang, Arunprakash Singh Rathaur for Bajura, and Dilendra Badu for Baitadi. RSS

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