Low female turnout in F7 sector of Islamabad

The female turnout in G8 was about 70% but it seemed much lesser in F7.


Web Desk May 11, 2013
Women wait to vote at a polling station in a village near Lahore May 11, 2013. PHOTO: REUTERS

ISLAMABAD: The female voter turnout remained low in the F7 sector of Islamabad as compared to the G sectors on Thursday, reported The Express Tribune correspondent Sehrish Ali.

According to a polling officer, the female turnout in G8 was about 70% but it seemed much lesser in F7.

Other lady polling officers in F7/3 complained of having to forgo their right to vote as there were no different shifts making them unable to cast their votes.

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COMMENTS (2)

waqas | 8 years ago | Reply

haha are they F-7 women's ET behaving strange today

Immi | 8 years ago | Reply

I was wondering the women in the pic didn't look like F7/3 styled.

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