Enmity among candidates: 18 polling stations declared sensitive

Published: April 17, 2013

SARGODHA: The administration has declared 12 polling stations of NA- 64, PP-28, 29 and PP-30 of Bhalwal circle sensitive. 

Deputy Superintendent Police Bhalwal Circle, Anjam Kamal Mirza said on Tuesday that due to enmities among different groups as well as among the candidates, 18 polling stations have been declared sensitive.

The polling stations of Bhalwal Saddar declared sensitive are: polling station No 11 Government Elementary School for Boys Nabi Shah, polling station No 12 Government Girl Elementary School Nabi Shah, polling station No 13 Government Girls Primary School Nabi Shah Bala, polling station No 14 Government Primary School Chak 11 L (male), Government Boys Primary School Chak 9 NB as well as polling stations No 30 and 31.  Likewise, polling station No 34 Government Boys High school Dhori NB and polling stations No 35 and 36 Government Boys High School Dhori (male and female), polling station No 39 Government Boys Primary School of police station Phularwan have also been declared sensitive.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 17th, 2013. 

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