Electoral Constituency Determination Bill passed

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The Legislature-Parliament has passed the 'Electoral Constituency Determination Bill 2073' by a majority on Monday.

Before this, Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Ajaya Shankar Nayak presented a proposal on behalf the Prime Minister seeking the House approve the bill.

Lawmakers Bharat Bahadur Khadka, Rajendra Pandey, Rewati Raman Bhandari, Guru Burlakoti, Ram Narayan Bidari and Agni Prasad Kharel withdrew the amendment proposals on the bill that they had registered earlier.

However, the House rejected the amendment proposal on the bill registered by lawmaker Prem Suwal, Anuradha Thapa and Meena Punwith a majority as it was presented for its decision.

The bill was passed by a majority by the parliament as the government has accepted most of the amendments that the main opposition party had proposed on it. RSS


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