LAKKI MARWAT, Jan 2: The Election Commission has set up 213 polling stations in the district to enable 2,66,658 eligible voters to use their right of franchise to elect candidates for the one national and three provincial assembly seats.

Out of 213 polling stations, 68 polling stations have been reserved for male voters and 63 for female voters. The number of combined polling stations both for male and female voters is 82 while the number of polling booths set up in 213 polling stations is as 245 male polling booths and 206 female polling booths.

In PF-74 (Lakki Marwat-I), 92,947 voters, including 34,715 female voters, would exercise the right of vote during the forthcoming elections for which 23 male, 22 female and 29 combined polling stations have been established with 92 male and 68 female polling booths.

Likewise to enable and facilitate 51,436 male and 37,200 female voters in casting their votes the ECP has set up 26 male, 24 female and 19 combined polling stations in PF-75 (Lakki Marwat-II).

The number of polling booths in PF-75 (Lakki Marwat-II) is as 73 male polling booths and 67 female polling booths.

Similarly, the number of polling stations and polling booths in PF-76 (Lakki Marwat-III) is as 19 male, 17 female and 34 combined polling stations with 80 male and 71 female polling booths. A total number of 85,075 eligible voters, including 35,247 female voters, would use the right of vote in PF-76 (Lakki Marwat-III) during the general election.

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