ECP documents, election forms discovered at Tandoor in Islamabad


Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) forms were recovered from a tandoor in Islamabad amid allegations of rigging by opposition parties during the recently conducted general elections, a local media outlet reported on Sunday.

ECP spokesperson Nadeem Qasim claimed the incident was a conspiracy against the commission.

Residents of the capital city were being sold bread wrapped in ECP forms including form-46 from various parts of Punjab.

The tandoor owner said that a scrap dealer had sold him the papers.

The ECP spokesperson explained that the ECP documents cannot be sold in the market and are regulated under a proper system. He added that it was impossible for the documents to be leaked.


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