Concerns raised about lost votes in Karachi’s provisional municipal elections

In the local government elections, there are concerns about many lost votes during the Karachi city’s provisional municipal elections. According to details, Jamaat-e-Islami’s election cell has written a letter to the Sindh Election Commission expressing concern about the issuance of ballot papers without signatures and stamps.

The letter stated that ballot papers were issued without signatures and stamps on the back at UC-6 North Nazimabad Polling Station No. 30, and there are concerns that votes may be lost due to the issuance of ballot papers without signatures and stamps.

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Jamaat-e-Islami’s spokesman demanded that the Election Commission take immediate action in this regard, saying that the staff at the UC-6 North Nazimabad Saint George School polling station 30 is untrained.

Provisional municipal elections: Jamaat-e-Islami accuses election workers and police In the letter, the spokesman demanded that the Sindh Election Commission issue directives that ballot papers not be issued without signatures and stamps.

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(Note: This is a rough translation as machine translation can sometimes result in errors or inaccuracies. The translation should be used for informational purposes only.)

Abdul Rehman

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