Nepal Election: No one is getting majority, PM Deuba saved his seat, know what is the situation – nepal election result sher bahadur deuba kp oli ntc

The counting of votes in the Nepal general election is underway. Looking at the results that have come out, it is being said that once again a coalition government is going to be formed in Nepal. No party seems to be getting a clear majority. According to the results that have come out so far, the Nepal Congress Party has won 19 seats and is leading in 37. On the other hand, KP Oli’s CPN-UML party has won seven seats and is leading on 37.

Talking about other parties, the recently formed Rashtriya Swatantra Party has also won four seats and is leading in five seats. Looking at its performance, it is believed that this party is emerging as a third option in Nepal’s politics. On the other hand, the two parties with which Oli is in alliance, their performance in the elections will also be called decent. According to the trends that have come out so far, Rashtriya Prajatantra Party and Janata Samajwadi Party have won one seat each and both the parties are also maintaining their lead on four seats.

Now PM Sher Bahadur Deuba’s party is definitely leading in terms of seats, but KP Oli’s party has gone ahead in terms of getting votes. Statistics show that the CPN-UML has so far received 2,07,299 votes in this general election. On the other hand, 1,83,352 votes have gone to the account of Nepali Congress. Rashtriya Swatantra Party is running at number three in this matter and has got 95,598 votes. Talking about CPN-Maoist, it has also got 86,433 votes in this election.

Talking about the two biggest victories of this general election, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has once again saved his seat. For the last five decades, no such rival has come to the fore who can defeat Debua. Once he has got a big victory. Similarly, KP Oli has also won with a huge margin of 28,574 votes. His opponent Khagendra Adhikari had to face defeat. For information, let us tell you that this time the voting process has been done for a total of 275 seats in the Parliament of Nepal and 550 seats in the Provincial Assemblies. More than 1 crore 80 lakh voters of the country are going to elect a new government. After 2015, this is the second time in Nepal when elections are being held. But for now no one party seems to be getting a clear majority.

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