U.S. Deputy Ambassador to Nepal John Carwile traveled to Chitwan and met with local government officials, community groups, NGO representatives, and students. In his meetings with the Chief District Officer and the District Election Officer, Deputy Ambassador Carwile was briefed about preparations for the November elections. Carwile also visited village bio-gas plants in Kumroj, the Baghmara Community Forestry User’s Group, and an anti-poaching unit with the Chitwan National Park.
In his remarks to students at the Balkumari College, Carwile emphasized that the success of any election hinges on voter participation. He said, “I believe that voting is one of the most important responsibilities of any individual citizen. Candidates and political parties have a responsibility to accept the judgment of the people.According to Public Affairs Section of Embassy of The United States Exercising your right to vote and allowing others to do the same will build a better Nepal.”