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No vehicle movement from April 9 evening

KATHMANDU, April 3 – Election Commission (EC) plans to halt both public and private transport from the evening of April 9 to April 10 evening across the country.

According to Chief Election Commissioner Bhoj Raj Pokharel, all long and short haul vehicular movement would be halted during that period to avoid any untoward incidents in course of the election.

However, he said the EC has yet to discuss with security chiefs whether to extend that period or not.

“Before taking such a decision the EC has to think practically about people who want to leave for their respective constituencies on the last day before polling,” he added.

(Source: eKantipur)

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