Polling Delayed at Several Polling Stations: Elections 2024
Polling for the 2024 general elections faces delays at multiple stations due to various issues, from technical glitches to logistical challenges.
In regions like Punjab, Sindh, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, voting has been hindered by the absence of polling materials and staff.
In Karachi’s NA-232 constituency, for instance, the lack of polling boxes and agents has halted the process.
Similarly, in NA-237 and NA-245, polling has yet to commence due to staffing issues, leaving voters waiting in long queues.
Hyderabad’s NA-220 constituency also experiences delays as polling materials remain undistributed, rendering polling staff unprepared. District Returning Officers hold crucial credentials for system access, further complicating matters.
Reports suggest suspended polling at PS-2 and chaotic scenes in Ghotki’s NA-198 Dharki constituency due to incomplete preparations and absent polling agents, respectively.
Despite these challenges, Pakistan begins its polling process today, involving an estimated 128 million voters and nearly 18,000 candidates.
However, the disruptions underscore the urgency of resolving issues swiftly to ensure a fair and smooth electoral process.
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