Victory in Bharatpur will surpass Renu, Balendra is ahead in kathmandu

In Bharatpur Metropolitan City, the alliance’s mayoral candidate Renu Dahal has maintained the lead.

According to the latest results, Dahal got 1611 votes while UML’s Vijay Subedi got 1541 votes. Rebel candidate Jagannath Poudel got 537 votes.

In Bharatpur, Dahal is the ruling alliance’s common candidate. After being dismissed from the Nepali Congress for refusing to recognize Dahal as the alliance’s common candidate, Jagannath Poudel is running for mayor as a dissident candidate.

Chitrasen Adhikari of the Nepali Congress is the deputy mayoral candidate in Bharatpur. With 1,895 votes, he is in the lead. Himala Gurung of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party is in second place with 1,333 votes.

After controversy, Dahal was re-elected in 2017.

CPN (Maoist Centre) representatives reportedly tore up roughly 90 ballot papers during the vote counting in Ward No. 19.

At the time, UML Devi Prasad Gyawali was marginally ahead of Dahal.

14 The Nepalese Election Commission has briefed voters on the preliminary vote count for the Kathmandu Metropolitan City elections. Balen Shah, an independent candidate, is leading the race with 402 votes, according to the first official report since the counting began. Since the early phases of the vote count, which began at 9:30 a.m. today, Shah has maintained a lead.

Heavyweights Keshav Sthapit of the CPN-UML is also lagging with 319 votes. Srijana Singh, the candidate of the Nepali Congress, has received just 202 votes so far in the election. Suman Sayami, an independent candidate, earned 64 votes, while Madan Das Shrestha of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party and Samikshya Baskota of Bibeksheel Sajha received 53 and 13 votes, respectively. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, and 32 are now having their ballots tallied.

 

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