Thursday Feb 2, 2023
Thursday Feb 2, 2023

Congress intensifies door-to-door campaign

2022 Apr 03, 15:26, Kathmandu

The Nepali Congress has intensified its door-to-door campaign for the local elections to be held in April. The party has said that the door-to-door campaign has been intensified to inform the people about the public welfare work done by the party and its future strategy. According to District Chairman Pemwachhiring Tamang, leaders and cadres of all the 27 wards under the five village municipalities of the district have started meeting at their doorsteps with a clear outline of the work to be done by their parties.

 It is stated that they are also taking suggestions for the shortcomings of the past work and for further improvement. With the slogan 'Let's go from house to house, let's win the Congress', well-wishers, well-wishers and leaders of the party have started clarifying the party's views to the voters during the election campaign. Chairman Tamang said that he would leave after fulfilling his promise.

 Central member Mohan Acharya, who is representing Rasuwa in favour of the Nepali Congress, said that the people are more inclined towards the Nepali Congress in the current election than in the past as the people of the district have started evaluating their work in the public interest. He said that he is moving ahead with a priority to provide blacktop access to every village in the district, quality education, provision of safe drinking water, treatment services at the local level, irrigation, concrete bridges on rural roads, employment, and agriculture and animal husbandry.

 According to Acharya, the overall development in Naukunda and Uttargaya and Amachhodingmo has already shown the blueprint for the construction of prosperous Rasuwa. Similarly, the party has started discussions from today to field candidates for the local elections. Chairman Tamang said that homework has been started for the selection of eligible candidates. According to the District Election Officer, a total of 38,545 voters, including 18,856 women, will cast their ballots from 51 centres of 34 polling stations in the upcoming April election.


Nepali Congress Nepali election local level election Door to Door Campaign Political Party Nepali politics NepalNews
Nepal's First Online News Portal
Published by Nepalnews Pvt Ltd
Editor: Raju Silwal
Information Department Registration No. 1505 / 076-77


KMC-02, UttarDhoka,
Lazimpat, Nepal

+977–01–4445751 / 4445754

[email protected] [email protected]

Terms of Use Disclaimer
© NepalNews. 2021 All rights reserved. | Nepal's First News Portal