The Election Commission has used mobile vans to spread voter education in the Kathmandu Valley.
Three vans left the EC office spreading the message how voters could cast votes- ways to use swastika stamp, to fold ballot papers, and to select the election symbol.
Three vans left for three different cities- Patan, Bhaktapur and Balaju from the EC premises.
Chief Election Commission Dr Ayodhi Prasad Yadav launched the voter education through mobile vans amidst a programme.
He informed that there was an enthusiastic participation of people in the election programmes despite geographical difficulty, remoteness, and inconvenience of communication.
EC Secretary Nawaraj Dhakal said 21,000 social mobilizers and teachers combined were fanned out across the country for voters' education.
CEC Yadab calls on PM
Chief Election Commissiner Ayodhi Prasad Yadab has informed Prime Minister Puspa kamal Dahal about the preparation for the first phase local local election.
During the meeting in Baluwatar today, the CEC told the prime minister that all election officials along with elections materials reached to the local level.
on the occasion, prime Minister Dahal said the government is committed to holding the elections in free and fair manner in whatever possible way.
The prime Minister also expressed his satisfactory over managerial readiness of the election commission for successful conduction of the election.