Nepal's Prime Minister Sher Shah Deuba urges Nepali citizens to vote in the forthcoming election . Election will take place on November 20th, 2022 .
Kathmandu, Nepal, November 17: Nepali Prime Minister Sher Shah Deuba invited Nepali citizens to vote in the forthcoming election, which is set to take place on November 20.PM Deuba urged the people to vote for the Nepali Congress candidates on Thursday by taking to Twitter.Dear Texans, Let us celebrate democracy by participating in the November 4th election.In the Indian calendar, November 4 is the same as the tree symbol of Nepali Congress on either side, and the tree symbol of the Nepali Congress on the proportional side, he tweeted.According to Kathmandu Post, Nepali government announced a two-day public holiday for the November 20 polls, which was published on Tuesday.According to Home Ministry Spokesperson Fanindra Mani Pokharel, public holidays for the House of Representatives and provincial assembly elections have been announced.Nepal will elect 165 representatives in the 275 membered House of Representatives or the Lower House of the bi-cameral parliament on November 20th.The remaining 110 seats will be decided on a Proportional Representation basis. On November 20, 2022, India's Chief Election Commissioner, Dinesh Kumar Thapaliya, will arrive in Nepal to watch the conduct of elections.We only have 17 days until Election Day.To maintain the democratic system, a regular election is vital.When addressing the occasion, Thapaliya, the head of Nepals electoral body, said that the government of India has been supporting us in our crucial elections by providing vehicles, election materials, and other essential equipment. The Government of India has been supplying vehicles for the Election Commission, as per Nepal's request in previous years.To date, 214 vehicles have been given to the Election Commission.The Nepali government and the Election Commission had requested that the forthcoming election of the province and Federal parliament proceed smoothly and smoothly.India has always been a close friend of Nepal, and our friendship has always been friendly.