Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has appealed all to cast their votes without any fear, as security has been tightened across the country.
In a press in Kathmandu today, PM Deuba said that the people were fearful over the left alliance as it could impose totalitarianism in the country.
He further claimed that the NC would get a majority in the upcoming elections.
Prime Minister, addressing an election assembly in Dadeldhura today claimed that he would be the PM for next tenure if he was elected in the coming election.
Leader Deuba said he would respect the popular votes as he had been serving the district for long.
He further committed to expediting the infrastructural development of the district. PM Deuba also shared that an agreement was forged to forward Pancheshwar multipurpose project and construct a bridge over Mahakali River at Jogbudha during his visit to southern neighbour.