Live Updates

  • 10:06 AM IST

    This Live blog has been closed. For updates on Phase 2 counting, clicke here

  • 8:04 AM IST

    Catch the live news updates on the Nepal local election results here

  • 8:04 AM IST

    Counting resumes; Nepali Congress maintains lead; CPN-UML second

  • 12:19 AM IST

    Counting is underway. Results will be declared tomorrow.

  • 10:22 PM IST

    LIVE – Nepal Local Elections Results 2017:
    Following is the present tally in race for the seat of Deputy Mayor,
    Nepali Congress: 3 Wins / 73 Leads
    Others: 3 Wins / 30 Leads
    CPN-UML: 2 Wins / 57 Leads
    Rastriya Prajatantra Party: 1 Wins / 4 Leads
    Maoist Kendra:
    0 Wins / 33 Leads

    Courtesy: The Kathmandu Post

  • 10:18 PM IST

    LIVE – Nepal Local Elections Results 2017:
    Following is the present tally in race for the seat of Mayor,
    CPN-UML: 5 Wins / 78 Leads
    Nepali Congress: 3 Wins / 80 Leads
    Maoist Kendra: 3 Wins / 40 Leads
    Others: 1 Wins / 28 Leads
    Rastriya Prajatantra Party: 0 Wins / 2 Leads

    Courtesy: The Kathmandu Post

  • 9:43 PM IST

    LIVE – Nepal Local Elections Results 2017:
    Following is the present tally in race for the seat of Mayor,
    CPN-UML:
    5 Wins / 77 Leads

    Nepali Congress: 2 Wins / 75 Leads
    Maoist Kendra: 1 Wins / 41 Leads
    Others: 1 Wins / 34 Leads
    Rastriya Prajatantra Party: 0 Wins / 2 Leads

    Courtesy: The Kathmandu Post

  • 9:28 PM IST
    LIVE – Nepal Local Elections Results 2017:
    Following is the present tally in race for the seat of Deputy Mayor,
    Others:
    3 Wins / 37 Leads
    Nepali Congress: 2 Wins / 64 Leads
    CPN-UML: 2 Wins / 56 Leads
    Rastriya Prajatantra Party: 1 Wins / 3 Leads
    Maoist Kendra: 0 Wins / 29 Leads

    Courtesy: The Kathmandu Post

  • 8:50 PM IST

    LIVE – Nepal Local Elections Results 2017: The CPN-UML is leading on 78 Mayor seats and 57 Deputy Mayor seats, while the Nepali Congress is ahead on 75 Mayor seats and 64 Deputy mayor seats. Maoist Kendra leads on 37 Mayor seats and 27 Deputy Mayor seats.

  • 8:37 PM IST

    LIVE – Nepal Local Elections Results 2017: The CPN-UML is leading on 76 Mayor seats and 57 Deputy Mayor seats, while the Nepali Congress is ahead on 73 Mayor seats and 61 Deputy mayor seats. Maoist Kendra leads on 37 Mayor seats and 26 Deputy Mayor seats.

Kathmandu, May 15: For the first time in last two decades, local elections were held in Nepal on Sunday. The Nepal local elections 2017 also assume significance as it took place for the first time after the Himalayan nation became a federal democratic republic. Counting of votes for the Nepal local elections results 2017 is expected to start from today. We will be updating live on the Nepal local elections results 2017. The Nepal local elections witnessed 73 per cent voter turnout. Catch the live news updates on the Nepal local elections results here.

The first phase of the local elections in Nepal were held in four metropolitan cities, one sub metropolis, 92 municipalities and 186 village councils. According to local media, the second round of the local polls will be held on June 14. In the first phase of local elections, as many as 49,337 candidates are in the fray among them 160 women and 169 men candidates remain unopposed. According to the Election Commission (EC) in Nepal, counting of votes will take place at the headquarters of concerned local body after transporting the ballot boxes from voting stations.

According to local media, counting of votes for ward chairpersons, women members, Dalit women members and open category members would be published before counting the votes of mayors and deputy mayors in the Nepal local elections. The local polls will elect a chairperson of the village council, vice chairperson, municipality’s mayor, deputy mayor, ward chairperson, two ward members from open quota, a woman ward member and a woman ward member representing the Dalit community.

Nepal turned from a Hindu monarchy to a secular republic in September 2015 after the decade-long Maoist uprising. Local government representatives were last elected in 1997. Their five-year terms expired in 2002. Stay connected with us to get latest and instant updates on the Nepal local elections results 2017.