Election at NA-256 Karachi polling station postponed after agents beaten up

Agents at a polling station belong to MQM, refuse to resume work.


Web Desk May 11, 2013
Rangers and police have arrived at the polling station. PHOTO: CREATIVE COMMONS

KARACHI: The polling process was postponed in a polling station of NA-256 Karachi constituency after a group of attacked polling agents on Saturday, reported The Express Tribune correspondent Noman Ahmed.

The polling agents at Government Boys Primary School Pehlwan Goth reportedly belonged to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement. They refused to work after they were beaten up postponing the election process.

Rangers and police have arrived at the polling station.

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naeem khan Manhattan Ks | 7 years ago | Reply | Recommend

"Rangers and police have arrived at the polling station'. I thought they were already deployed at the polling stations. Sorry affair and pathetic performance by security agencies.

Ayesha Waseem | 7 years ago | Reply | Recommend

When was this? I went there to vote, and I was surprised at how helping everyone there was. I cast my vote easily, and saw others doing so too, no matter what party there were supporting.

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