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Election-targeted Army patrol in Sarlahi

2022 May 07, 14:41, Sarlahi
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The Nepal Army has started patrolling from Friday to keep peace and security in the local level election to be held on May 13.

For security reasons, the Nepal Army has intensified patrolling the streets and markets here. Like other security agencies in the district, the Nepal Army has also started patrolling with an election security plan, said Abhishek Karki, Ganapati of Bhairavi Dal Battalion at Lalbandi Municipality-2, Nawalpur Panchkumari. According to him, the Nepal Police has come first, the Armed Police Force second and the Nepal Army third in the security circle.

There are 599 polling stations in the district which has the highest number of 20 local levels in the country. Of them, 103 polling stations have been placed on the most sensitive list for security reasons, said Diwakar Bhujel, Election Officer at the District Election Office, Sarlahi. According to him, there are 205 polling stations in those polling stations. 184 polling stations are sensitive in the district. There are 339 polling stations in those polling stations, said Chief Election Officer Dhruv Kumar Piya.

Security forces have listed 31 polling stations in the district as normal. There are 55 polling stations in those polling stations. An army battalion has been mobilized in the district under the leadership of Chief of Army Karki, while the Nepal Army has also been mobilized in Karmaiya of Bagmati and Malangwa, the district headquarters, under the command of Major, said Sarlahi Chief District Officer Thaneshwor Gautam.


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