Dec 7, 2017-Top leaders of various political parties cast their vote in the second phase of House of Representatives and Provincial Assembly elections being held in 45 districts on Thursday.
Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba casts vote in Ganyapadhura Asigram School polling centre in Dadeldhura.
Deputy Prime Minister Bijaya Kumar Gachhadar votes at Nabin Sikshya Niketan polling centre, Tutaha in Dubahi Municipality-2 of Sunsari district. Photo: Bed Raj Poudel
Nepali Congress (NC) Kathmandu-4 candidate Gagan Thapa casts his votes. Photo: Anish Regmi
Swatantra Rajnitik Samuha leader Hridayesh Tripathi casts vote at Janajagriti Secondary School polling centre in Guthiprasauni, Nawalparasi onThursday. Photo: Nabin Poudel
SSFN Chairman Upendra Yadav casts vote in Biratnagar on Thursday. Photo: Dev Narayan Sah
NWPP Chairman Narayan Man Bijukche casts vote at Bhaktapur on Thursday. Photo: Angad Dhakal
Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh casts his vote. Photo: Sanjog Manandhar
CPN-UML candidate for Bhaktapur constituency-2, Mahesh Basnet casts vote at Gundu. Photo: Angad Dhakal
NC leader Krishna Prasad Sitaula casts ballot from Kalwalgudi School in Bhadrapur Municipality-10, Jhapa district. Post Photo
CPN-UML Deputy General Secretary Bishnu Poudel casts vote from Butwal Road Division election centre. Photo: Amrita Anmol
NC leader Ram Chandra Poudel casts ballot at Tanahun. Photo: Pratap Rana
Bibeksheel Sajha Party leader Rabindra Mishra casts vote. Photo: Elite Joshi
RPP Chairman and Deputy Prime Minister Kamal Thapa casts vote. Post Photo
CPN-UML General Secretary Ishwor Pokharel casts his vote. Photo: Lokendra KC
CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal casts votes at Bharatpur. Photo: Bimal Khatiwada
NC leader Shekhar Koirala casts ballot at Biratnagar. Photo: Dev Narayan Sah
NC PR candidate and Nepal's first billionaire Binod Chaudhary casts his votes at Divya Yuva Club in Devchuli Municipality-2, Nawalparasi.
Published: 07-12-2017 11:25
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