LAHORE: The printing of ballot papers for NA-120 bye-elections has begun beneath the supervision of the Pakistan Army.
According to the Pakistan Election Commission, 350,000 ballot papers shall be published for the NA-120 by-elections. The military will expectedly foresee the printing process in addition to the obligation of turning in the ballot papers to polling stations may even fall upon the military.
The printing process can be pursued at Printing Press Lahore, bringing the names of 44 applicants from Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and different political events and unbiased applicants at the ballot papers.
The Election Commission stated that their body of workers is being educated for the bye-elections to be hung on September 17.