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India donates 80 Mahindra Scorpio to Nepal. This is why


India has provided more than 200 vehicles, including Mahindra Scorpio pickup trucks, to the Nepal Election Commission.

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Mahindra Scorpio pickup truck appeared in the ceremony that India handed over the vehicle to Nepal.
Mahindra Scorpio pickup truck appeared in the ceremony that India handed over the vehicle to Nepal.

India has delivered 80 vehicles to Nepal ahead of the upcoming general election. Mahindra The Scorpio pickup was provided by the Center to the country’s Election Commission on Thursday. At a ceremony, Naveen Srivastava, Indian Ambassador to Nepal, handed over the vehicles to Dinesh Kumar Thapaliya, Head of Election Commission of Nepal. So far, India has delivered more than 200 vehicles to the polling organization in the neighboring country.

India has supported Nepal by providing vehicles on request. So far, 214 vehicles have been donated to Nepal’s peak exploration agency. “We are in the process of conducting elections for the House of Representatives and the Provincial Council on November 20, 2022. From today, we have only 17 days left for Election Day. Periodic elections are mandatory. to maintain the democratic system of the Government of India. has helped us in our major elections by providing election facilities, materials and other essential support,” said Mr. Thapaliya. know at the ceremony.

Srivastava said: “India has always been a good friend of Nepal, our relationship has always been cordial. . The vehicles handed over will be used in the general election from November 20. .

Of the 200 odd cars that India has handed over, 80 will be voted on for election-related work while another 120 will be used by security forces. Nepal, being a mountainous terrain, will benefit from Mahindra .’s all-terrain model Scorpio.

This is not the first time India has given Nepal a means of transport. Over the years, Nepal has received more than 2,400 vehicles for various authorities, including the Nepal Police and Armed Police Force as well as the Nepal Army.

Nepal will go to the polls on November 20 to elect 165 members to the House of Representatives or the House of Representatives.

Date of first publication: November 4, 2022, 19:38 PM IST

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