Intelligence agencies have categorised 6,147 of the 47,257 polling stations in Punjab as A or the most sensitive, 15,917 have been categorised as B or less sensitive and 25,193 as C or normal.
Faisalabad has the highest number of category A polling stations at 1,036, Gujranwala has the second highest at 922 and Multan the third highest number of most sensitive polling stations at 746. Rawalpindi has 739 category A polling stations, Lahore has 399 and Sargodha has 313 most sensitive polling stations.
Of the 5,330 polling stations in Rawalpindi region - which consists of four districts Rawalpindi, Attock, Jhelum and Chakwal - 739 polling stations were categorised as most sensitive, 1,253 were categorised as less sensitive and 3,338 were categorised as normal.
The Punjab government has directed divisional and district police chiefs to make all possible arrangements to ensure the implementation of the code of conduct issued by the Election Commission of Pakistan and prepare fool proof security plans so that the election campaign, polling and post-polling events could take place in a peaceful atmosphere.
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