Reports of rigging in favour of PTI from Karachi NA-242

Boys below the age of 11 were seen stamping the bat symbol on ballot papers in the NA-242 constituency.


Boys below the age of 11 were seen stamping the bat symbol on ballot papers in the NA-242 constituency. PHOTO: FILE

KARACHI: Reports of rigging in favour of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) have come up from the NA-242 and PS-96 constituencies of Karachi. The incident was reported from Government Degree College in SITE Town.

A group of unidentified men had forced polling staff to vacate the station at 11am.

Boys under the age of 11 were seen stamping the Bat symbol on ballot papers in the NA-242 and PS-96 constituencies.

Reports of rigging and polling delay have come from all across Karachi.

Eyewitnesses also reported that rigging was taking place in NA-255, PS-122.

Polling continues in NA-241

Despite reports of rigging from nearby constituencies, polling continued smoothly in areas of NA-241.

Activists of the Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) were announcing on loudspeakers that their candidates had not withdrawn and that it was a conspiracy.

Voter turnout is low in the constituency so far.

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COMMENTS (39)

sana | 8 years ago | Reply

oh you forgot to mention that you also saw and have eye witnesses to prove that aliens exist probably you saw some near your area too! punjab ke sonami ko luteray loot gae!

sami | 8 years ago | Reply

why pti take only 20 seats in punjab assembely put of 297...? "punjab ma sonami kidharrr gae"

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