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NA-75 by-polls: PML-N barred from holding rally in Daska

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  • ECP has barred PML-N from holding a rally in Daska in reference to the scheduled by-elections.
  • Preparations are in full swing for the re-polling for the by-election within the NA-75 Daska constituency from Punjab.
  • ECP had earlier declared the by-election of NA-75 Daska null and void.

LAHORE:  The Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) has barred PML-N from holding a rally in Daska in reference to the scheduled by-elections within the Daska district, Geo Information reported on Wednesday

Preparations are in full swing for the re-polling for the by-election within the NA-75 Daska constituency from Punjab, which can be held on April 10.

PML-N had deliberate to carry a rally in Daska for the NA-75 elections, however  ECP has stopped the celebration from holding a rally.

The ECP has written a letter to the District Police Officer (DPO) Sialkot, stating that the PML-N’s Youth Wing has introduced to carry a bike rally at present at 4pm however the rally isn’t allowed as per the fee’s code of conduct.

Learn extra: Opinion polls present PML-N forward of PTI in NA-75 Daska

ECP had earlier declared the by-election of NA-75 Daska null and void.

After a full-fledged election marketing campaign between the PML-N and the PTI in NA-75, the by-polls had been initially held on February 19, 2021. 

Supporters of each events confirmed a number of enthusiasm, a lot in order that it became chaos.

Along with the chaotic scenario outdoors of the polling cubicles, different controversies additionally surfaced. On the election night time, 20 presiding officers failed to achieve the workplace of the presiding officer and couldn’t be contacted for the remainder of the night time.

Alternatively, each PTI and PML-N candidates contesting the by-polls from the constituency claimed to be victorious even earlier than the official outcomes had been introduced.

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