Kathmandu, Dec 7 (UNI) The voting for the second phase of the federal parliament and provincial assembly elections in Nepal commenced in 45 districts on Thursday morning.

Voters carrying identity cards started pouring into polling stations from early in the morning as the voting started voting at 7am. They are seen queuing up with visible eagerness to elect their representatives.

In case of voter's identity card lost or not available at hand, one can use his or her citizenship card, voter's ID issued by the EC in 2070 BS, or any other documents with photo specifying his or her identity like passport and driver's licence to cast his or her vote, The Kathmandu Post said.

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