Judicial Commission summons record of 12 constituencies receiving extra ballot papers
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The Judicial Commission has summoned the record of 12 constituencies where extra ballot papers had been sent.
Meanwhile, Chief Justice Nasirul Mulk has ordered to submit the record related to Form 15.
About 10-33 per cent extra ballot papers had been published for these constituencies.
According to the report of Judicial Assistant KK Agha, the breaking of seals is not strange due to less space in government stores.
Chief Minister Nasirul Mulk expressed dissatisfaction over the PTI’s application to make the judicial commission an inquiry commission.
Hafeez Pirzada said that they had written the letter, demanding that the inquiry commission should investigate the returning officers.
The chief justice said that the judicial commission will retain its name.
Former Chief Minister Nawab Ghaus Bukhsh said: “I never said that rigging was committed or elections were not transparent. I only said that dexterity has been shown in the electoral process. The Balochistan chief secretary was making transfer/postings in consultation with the Election Commission of Pakistan.”
The constituencies where extra ballot papers were sent are: NA-21, 34, 43, 53, 118, 119, 130, 157, 171, 222 and Islamabad’s both constituencies.
The proceedings have been postponed till Tuesday.