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Opposition leaders protested against the alleged installation of hidden cameras over polling booths to monitor the voting process.
Opposition leaders protested against the alleged installation of hidden cameras over polling booths to monitor the voting process.
PML-N Senator Musaddiq Malik and PPP’s Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar Tweeted on Friday pictures of what they claim were spy cams.

After the protest, Syed Muzafar Hussain Shah, who is presiding over the special session, assured the opposition senators that “polling booths will be constructed afresh to the satisfaction of the opposition and government”.

Shah asked the senators to take their seats, adding that Rule 9 says that no other business shall be transacted on the day of special sittings. Oath will be administered to new members and the election for chairman and deputy chairman will be held.
Malik told the media that they found two cameras. One was installed to show the person voting, while the second camera was focused on the ballot paper.
There were 30-40 holes in the booth so no one could notice the camera, Malik said.

Abdul Gh Lone

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