KOHAT: The election commission and the district police chief have declared 24 polling stations as most sensitive, 18 sensitive and 126 as normal in PK-91 for the by-election scheduled for Sunday (today).

The elections on the seat on Feb 8 were postponed after the death of Awami National Party candidate Asmatullah.

Meanwhile, district police officer Umer Khan said all arrangements had been finalised for holding the by-election.

Chairing a meeting on Saturday, he said election material had been transported to the polling stations. He said there would be strict ban on display of weapons and legal action would be taken against the violators.

The constituency has 224,377 registered voters, for which a total of 168 polling stations have been established, including 42 for men, 39 for women and 87 combined.

The number of polling booths is 498, including 273 for men and 225 for women.

Published in Dawn, April 21st, 2024

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