Lalitpur-3: Tosima Karki increased vote margin in the calculation of urban area

5 November Lalitpur. Rashtriya Swatantra Party candidate Dr. Tosima Karki has increased the vote margin in Lalitpur area number 3 as soon as the counting of votes started in urban area.

UML candidate Amrit Khadka was leading in the counting of votes in slums outside Ring Road. With the commencement of counting of votes in urban areas and new settlements, the candidate of Rashtriya Swatantra Party Dr. Karki increased the difference.

The counting of votes started from Bungmati area of ​​Lalitpur Metropolitan Municipality-21 Khokna and ward number 22. In the local elections, the Maoist center won in both these wards. But the Maoists could not get much votes even in the ward which they had won seven months ago.

When the votes of Khokna and Bangmati were counted, National Independent Party candidate Dr. Karki was behind. During the counting of votes in this area, Bhusal had briefly overtaken Tosima.

According to the Returning Officer of Lalitpur-III, Dharmaraj Paudel, the counting of votes in one polling station each of Khokna and Bungmati has been completed. There were two polling stations in Khokna and two in Bungmati.

Along with this, counting of votes is going on in Dhapakhel, Ward No. 18 Bhainsepati and Ward No. 25 Sambu of Lalitpur metropolis. Dhapakhel is an area with few old settlements and mostly new settlements. There are four polling stations in this ward. Similarly Dr. Bhainspati. Karki is an inhabited area.

With the commencement of counting of votes in these constituencies, Dr. Karki has made a difference of 300 votes from UML candidate Amrit Khadka. Maoist candidate Bhusal Dr. Karki got about 1000 less votes than Karki.

According to the results of the counting till Monday evening, when 5 thousand 868 votes were counted, Tosima got 2 thousand 148 votes, UML’s Khadka got 1 thousand 905 votes and Maoist Center’s Pampha Bhusal got 1 thousand 198 votes.

In Lalitpur’s Khokna, Ravindra Maharajan of Maoist won as ward president, he got 1200 more votes. Bhusal has not been able to collect 2000 votes even after counting at a polling station in Khokna and Bungmati.

When the counting of votes started from Lalitpur Ward No. 21 and 22, Dr. Karki was following Khadka. But with the commencement of counting of votes in urban areas, the margin of Karki’s votes has increased. Lalitpur-3 includes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 13, 14, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29 wards of Lalitpur Municipal Corporation .

Source: OnlineKhabar

Himal Sanchar