Islamabad, The work of printing of ballots for the general elections to be held on July 25 in Pakistan began under the supervision of the army. In the printing presses which are being printed in ballot papers, the army has deployed hundreds of soldiers. The ballot paper is being printed in three printing presses in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad.
According to Jio TV, printing of ballots started today. Pakistan’s Election Commission has imported paper to print ballot letters to ensure transparency. Quoting sources, Chanel said that 21 crore ballots will be printed and it will cost more than two billion rupees. Sources said that every ballot will cost about Rs. 10.
There will be watermark on the ballot, which was not on earlier ballot papers. Sources said that the ballot paper will be printed in full figure (round figure). This means that if there are 1201 voters on any polling station, then 1300 ballot papers will be printed. During the elections to be held on July 25, Pakistan will deploy thousands of soldiers within and outside the polling stations to keep security arrangements chalked out.