UML wins mayoral post in Besisahar, Sundarbazaar municipalities
CPN-UML has become victorious in Besisahar and Sundarbazaar municipalities in Lumjung district.
Guman Singh Aryal of the CPN-UML has been elected to the post of mayor of the Besisahar Municipality with 7,624 votes. His closest rival Bhesh Bahadur Poudel of the Nepali Congress received 7,327 votes.
Similarly, Laxmi Adhikari of the CPN-UML got victorious to the post of deputy mayor. She got 7,575 votes while her closest rival Indira Tiwari of the Nepali Congress received 6,973 votes.
The CPN-UML and NC have won the election to the post of chairperson in six and five wards respectively.
Meanwhile, Janak Mishra of the CPN-UML has been elected to the post of mayor of Sundarbazaar Municipality with 4,969 votes. Mishra's nearest rival Badriman Shresha of the NC got 3,485 votes.
Likewise, an independent candidate, Dwarika Mishra, has emerged victorious to the post of deputy mayor with 2,730 votes. She defeated her closest rival Gyanu Shah of NC with 844 votes.
Similarly, NC Mayoral candidate Ramesh Kumar Pandey won the election in Madhya Nepal Municipality while Raj Kumar Shrestha of the CPN-UML has been elected to the post of deputy mayor. RSS
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