Army arrive in Larkana to act as quick response force

May 7, 2013 Off By Web Desk

RATODERO: Larkana deputy commissioner Umar Farooq Bullo and senior superintendent of police Syed Peer Muhammad Shah in a joint press conference at DC House on Tuesday announced that election would be held as per schedule on May 11 as all the sensitive material has arrived.

He further said that 494 polling stations have been established in the district out of which two are in katcha riverine area. He further said that according to the code of conduct issued by ECP, 48 hours before the election date all sorts of political campaigning will come to end and further added that display of arms during the day stands completely banned.

SSP Larkana further said that 48 CCTV cameras have been fixed at various places in Larkana district and army men have arrived in Larkana which would act as quick response force. He further said that candidates have been provided police guards. He further said that snap checking has been started vigorously in the district and law & order shall be maintained at all costs. He further said that cases against nine people have been registered who broke section 144.