Karachi: PPP takes out protest over alleged NA-241 rigging

Supporters of the PPP led a street protest, burning tyres and blocking roads.


Sohail Khattak May 11, 2013
Supporters of the PPP led a street protest, burning tyres and blocking roads. PHOTO: REUTERS/FILE

KARACHI: The Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) National Assembly candidate for NA-241 is leading a protest in his area.

PPP candidate Ali Ahmed alleges that his rival ANP candidate engaged in poll rigging at Hasnain Public School polling station.

The PPP is looking to file an FIR against the ANP candidate at Mominabad Police Station. Meanwhile, all ballot boxes from the polling station have been moved to the police station.

Supporters of the PPP led a street protest, burning tyres and blocking roads.

COMMENTS (2)

Mohammad Ali Siddiqui | 8 years ago | Reply

This is called, free, fair and transparent election.

ECP shame on you.

khalid | 8 years ago | Reply

wasnt election for na 241 postponed??

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