With elections just a few months away, the City District Government Rawalpindi (CDGR) has asked special branch to furnish a list of sensitive polling stations within a week.

The DCO asked tehsil municipal administrations of the district to implement the elections code of conduct in letter and spirit.

“No hoarding of more than 3x5 feet, poster 2x3 feet, banner 3x9 and handbill 9x6 inches will be allowed for the election campaign,” he said.

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