Was the big blunder in Pakistan elections? Election Officer claimed that the army had abducted


Karachi: A polling officer in Pakistan’s Balochistan province claimed that the forces had abducted him for allegedly forcibly firing fake votes in favor of the candidate of the religious alliance Muttaahida Majlis Amal. The Election Commission of Pakistan has uploaded the post of the voting officer on his website, in which voting officer of Vishu District polling station 45 has claimed this.

Voting Officer made a claim through the letter
The election officer of PB-41 assembly seat of Balochistan province has verified this letter and it is also stamped on it. The polling officer claimed in the letter that the security forces kidnapped him. Later, in favor of MMA, it was asked to deposit Form 45 with the number of fake votes.

Commission hearing in Quetta
In this case, the Commission had heard in Quetta where the election officer of the province told that the masked people had abducted two voting officers on the day of polling and for this reason the votes of these two polling stations were declared in PB-41. Was not included during counting.

Balochistan Awami Party candidate Mir Mujibur Rahman Mohammad Hassani, who defeated the election from this seat, attracted the attention of the commission on this point that the results of the polling station number 44 and 45 were not included in the last result of the PB-41 seat of the Balochistan assembly seat. After this the Commission took cognizance of this issue.


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