Army officials and presiding officers criticize ECP for poor arrangements

The Pak Army work force, and the polling staff, criticized the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) for poor arrangements of action at polling stations for by-polls of NA-120 held a day or two ago. Army officials sent at polling station Govt Model Middle School Bagh-e-Munshi, Ladha and Govt Higher Secondary School looking for obscurity said the ECP had no good arrangements of action for them at polling stations. “No ECP staff was there to control us at polling stations. It was the job of the ECP to make good arrangements of action however they didn’t do as such. We needed to confront a great deal of issues attributable to this issue.” Online news

Like the army, the polling staff at all polling stations grumbled about the ECP for not making appropriate arrangements of action. Mubashra Fatima, a directing officer at Chistian High School, Islampura said she and her staff needed to confront a great deal of inconvenience in the morning since nothing was all together at the school.

“The polling staff was pulling chairs and tables without anyone else which was not their obligation. Essentially, there was no accessibility of water.”

Arifa Batool, another presiding officer at Muslim Model School valued the Pak Army faculty for encouraging her staff at the polling station. Notwithstanding, she was additionally incredulous of the ECP for non-participation and poor arrangements. “There nobody in the morning from the ECP to help us with surveying. We needed to do everything all alone,” she said.

Dr. Bushra, who is also performed her duty as a presiding officer at Govt. School for Girls, Cooper Road criticized the ECP for making her job troublesome as presiding officer. “