236 polling stations declared sensitive in Larkana
LARKANA (February 16 2008): For the ensuing general elections-2008 scheduled for February 18, the authorities have declared 21 polling stations as most sensitive and 34 sensitive for NA-204 Larkana out of total 274 polling stations while 219 have been declared as normal.
For NA-205 Larkana-II, out of 235 polling stations, 22 have been declared most sensitive and 32 sensitive while 182 are classified as normal. In the same way for the four seats of provincial assembly, 19 polling stations have been declared as most sensitive, 23 sensitive for PS-35 Larkana-1, out of total 120 polling stations while 78 are classified as normal.
For PS-36 Larkana-II, out of total 157 polling stations, four have been declared as most sensitive, 22 sensitive and 131 as normal polling stations. For PS-37 Larkana-III, out of total 116 polling stations, 22 are most sensitive, 17 sensitive, while 77 are classified as normal polling stations.
For PS-41 Larkana-IV, out of total 64 polling stations, six are most sensitive, 12 sensitive and 46 are normal polling stations, as declared. Besides, to ensure smooth law and order on polling day February 18 in Sindh, DG Rangers Sindh Major General Liaquat Ali visited Larkana, Shikarpur, Jacobabad districts and reviewed the polls arrangements.
Addressing the officers and Jawans at PTS ground here he said the Rangers have been entrusted the responsibility of maintaining law and order situation on polling day across Sindh and they will carry out their duties very well. He said no one would be allowed to carry a weapon on polling day and exhibition of weapons on February 18 has been strictly prohibited.
He further said that no one will be allowed to take the law into his hands, and anyone trying to do this he will be dealt with strictly according to the law, without caring of his influence or affiliation to any political party. If any police official is also found involved in any illegal activity on the polling day, he will also be dealt with according to the law, the DG Rangers said.
Source: Business Recorder