Subash Chandra Nembang, a presidential candidate, has cast his ballot in the election at the polling location set up at Lhotse Hall of the Parliament Building, New Baneshwor.
Nembang, the vice-chair of the CPN (UML), declared in a press conference after casting his ballot that if elected president, he would protect the people.
In addition, he pledged that if elected to the top position, he would refrain from engaging in actions that would irritate the populace.
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“After being elected president, I won’t cause problems for the populace by causing traffic jams in the guise of a VVIP convoy while traveling through the city. This won’t take place while I’m in the office. He declared that I won’t trouble the people in any way; instead, I’ll give them a sense of security.
For the federal Member of Parliament (MP) and the Provincial Assembly members, separate polling booths have been put up at Lhotse Hall.
Ram Chandra Poudel, a key leader in the Nepali Congress and another presidential contender, has already cast his ballot. Voting started at 10 am and will continue until 3 pm today.