Candidates in the local level elections have started reaching the doorsteps of the people with their agenda. As the date of the election draws near, they have intensified the election campaign by reaching out to the wards.
In all 16 local levels of Bara, 197 candidates have registered for the post of chief and 118 for the post of deputy chief. Some of these candidates have become candidates for the second term after completing their first term, while others who failed in the last election are also in the race again.
Similarly, some new faces have also entered the local elections. The new candidate has said that he has given his candidature to stop the corruption that has been rampant at the local level in the last five years.
However, the voters have said that they will choose a visionary thinking leader who will intervene in every field rather than sharing dreams this time.
With 4,23,327 voters, 4,539 people have registered their candidacies for the leadership in all the 16 local levels of brands.
Earlier, UML mayoral candidate Keshav Sthapit had assured that he would win and solve the garbage problem in Kathmandu within a year.
On the occasion, Oli also welcomed CPN (Unified Socialist) advisor Punya Gautam to the party.
CPN (UML) Chairman KP Sharma Oli has claimed that his party’s victory in the local elections has been ensured. Former Prime Minister Oli also said that they are waiting for the victory of UML on April 12.