Election overview: CPN-UML victorious in 24 constituencies, leading in 56; EC commences counting of PR votes

Vote-counting-KathmanduKathmandu / Dec 9: The CPN-UML, has emerged victorious in 24 federal constituencies and is leading in 56 constituencies so far. The party has won the election in 27 provincial constituencies and is leading in 93 provincial constituencies.

Similarly, the CPN (Maoist Centre) has won in 11 federal constituencies and is leading in 23 federal constituencies. The party has emerged victorious in 11 provincial constituencies and is leading in 45 constituencies.

Likewise, the Nepali Congress (NC) has won in five federal constituencies and is leading in 20 constituencies. The party has been elected in five federal constituencies and is leading in 35 constituencies.

Winner of HoR from UML

Province-1

Yogesh Bhattarai from Taplejung -29479

Basanta Kumar Nemwang from Panchthar -38641

YAgya Raj Sunuwar from Okhaldhunga -32580

Ghyanshyam Khatiwada from Morang-1 -37524

Bhanubhakta Dhakalfrom Morang-3 -42413

Lalbabu Pandit from Morang-6 -33941

Province-3

Prabhat Gurung from Dolakha-1 -55954

Bhim Prasad Tripathi from Dhading-1 -49121

Khem Prasad Lohani from Dhading-2 -36253

Sher Bahadur Tamang from Sindhupalchowk-2 -38401

Krishna Bahadur Rai from Kathmandu-3 -19169

Jeevan Ram Shrestha from Kathmandu-8 -13397

Krishna Gopal Shrestha from Kathmandu-9 -22852

Krishna Lal Maharjan from Lalitpur-2 -27713

Province-4

Palden Chopang Gurung from Manang -2300

Prem Prasad Tulachan from Mustang -3544

Bhupendra Bahadur Thapa from Mygdi- 23308

Surya Prasad Pathak from Baglung – 33357

Province-6

Dhan Bahadur Buda from Dolpa -11761

Gopal Bahadur Bam from Mugu- 12460

Province-7

Lal Bahadur Thapa from Bajura- 28059

Bhairav Bahadur Singh from Bajhang -34597

Ganesh Sing Thagunna from Darchula -38998

Damodar Bhandari from Baitadi -39524

Maoist Center

Province-1

Hem Kumar Rai from Solukhumbu -20912

Aman Lal Modi from Morang-4 -33529

Province-3

Agni Prasad Sapkota from Sindhupalchowk-1 -40504

Pampha Bhusal from Lalitpur-3 -24036

Province-4

Devendra Poudel from Baglung-2 -20827

Province-5

Kamala Roka from Rukum-East -10434

Province-6

Gajendra Bahadur Mahat from Jumla -22173

Durga Bahadur Rawat from Kalikot -21111

Shakti Bahadur Basnet from Jajarkot -32281

Janardhan Sharma West-Rukum -34402

Nepali Congress

Province-1

Minendra Rijal from Morang-2 -28768

Province-3

Mohan Acharya from Rasuwa -14453

Prakash Man Singh from Kathmandu-1 -10937

Gagan Kumar Thapa from Kathamndu-4 -21558

Rajendra Kumar Kc from Kathmandu-10 -241190

Independent

Chhaka Bahadur Lama from Humla -8491

EC commences counting of PR votes

Meanwhile, vote counting under Proportional Representation (PR) category has begun in those districts where final results of First-Past-the-Post category are already out, according to Election Commission.

EC plans to complete the counting of PR votes within next 7-10 days. As per the preliminary result, Nepali Congress is leading with 5163 votes. CPN-UML is in the second position with 4613, while CPN (Maoist Centre) is in the third position with 1400.

Under the PR category, more than 50 percent parties are contesting election. To gain the status of national party, parties will have to secure one seat under FPTP and 3 percent votes under PR category.

Big three top brass leading in respective constituencies

Similarly, CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli is leading in Jhapa constituency-5 with 22,090 votes, while his closest contender Khagendra Adhikari of Nepali Congress (NC) has been trailing with 9,786 votes s until 4 pm on Saturday.

Similarly, CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has mustered 5,256 votes and is leading in Chitwan Constituency-3. His closest contender Bikram Pandey of CPN-UML has garnered 3,159 votes so far.

Likewise, Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba is leading in Dadeldhura constituency-1 with a comfortable margin. He has secured 14,724 votes while his contender Khagraj Bhatta of CPN (Maoist Centre) has acquired 8,862 votes until this evening.

Meanwhile, Sanghiya Samajbadi Forum Nepal Chairman Upendra Yadav has emerged victorious in Saptari-2. He has secured 21620 votes, while his closest conteder Umesh Kumar Yadav of CPN (Maoist Centre) garnered 11,580 votes.

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