Ballot papers found stamped from garbage heap in Karachi

KARACHI: According to Newsone, on Saturday night stamped ballot papers were recovered from a heap of garbage in the metropolis’ Qayyumabad area.


The ballot papers mentioned candidates who contested the polls from the NA-241 and PS-160 constituencies. Further, voter cards were also found in the stashed electoral papers.

The stamped ballot papers and voter cards were first found by the area’s residents in a garbage heap, which had been set on fire. Shortly afterwards, local representatives of the Pakistan Peoples Party and the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan  arrived at the scene and took away the ballot papers, mostly bearing stamps on their symbols as well as that of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).

The party representatives said they will submit the ballot papers as evidence to the Election Commission of Pakistan on Monday


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