The Election Commission has ordered re-election in the entire constituency of NA-75 Daska.
According to Express News, a hearing was held in the Election Commission regarding NA-75 Daska constituency.
PTI nominee Ali Asjad Malhi through his lawyer Ali Zafar presented his position that firing takes place in every election so he did not complain.
K voters want to vote or not to vote, there was widespread irregularities in the constituency and women were not prevented from voting.
Lawyer Ali Zafar said that Imran Khan as the leader had said that there was no objection to re-election at 20 polling stations, as candidate Ali Asjad Malhi had objection to re-polling, the court should release the election result of NA-75.
PML-N lawyer Salman Akram Raja, while requesting a forensic audit of the votes of 20 controversial polling stations, said that firing took place in the entire constituency and whoever fired the shots harassed the voters. Speaking the truth
The PML-N lawyer said that the Election Commission was empowered to review the entire election process, shameful fraud was committed with the election process, mobile phones of presiding officers and police wireless were switched off at the same time, Election Commission is the protector of democracy.
The Chief Election Commissioner said that the issue of Form 45 had also come up in the general elections, however, the Election Commission did not receive any complaint of not getting Form 45 in the by-elections.
The Chief Election Commissioner, while delivering a safe verdict on the hearing regarding NA-75 Daska constituency, ordered that re-election be held in the entire constituency.
Chief Election Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Raja has remarked in a brief judgment that on February 19, there were fights and violence in the by-elections, firing which spread panic and the atmosphere deteriorated, freeing the voters to exercise their right to vote. Favorable environment was not provided.
The verdict said that fair, transparent and fair elections could not be held in the constituency, voters were intimidated by firing incidents, the election was declared null and void under Section 9 of the Election Act, while re-election was held on March 18 in the constituency. shall be.
Violent incidents took place in the by-polls in NA-75 Daska constituency of Sialkot, in which two people were killed and several others injured in a firing incident, while 20 presiding officers went missing along with polling bags.
The RO arrived at the office at 6 in the morning.