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The Election Commission of Pakistan has drawn attention of contesting candidates for Bye-Elections

Islamabad: The Election Commission of Pakistan has drawn attention of contesting candidates for Bye-Elections in Constituencies No. .NA-9 Mardan-I, NA-140 Kasur-III, NA-148 Multan-I, NA-149 Multan-II, NA-168 Vehari-II, NA-195 R.Y.Khan-IV, PP-18 Attock-IV, PP-44 Mianwali-II, PS-53 Tando Muhammad Khan-cum-Hyderabad and PS-57 Badin-I, (Old Badin-III) to the provisions of Section 84 of the Representation of the People Act, 1976, which provide that no person shall convene, hold or attend any Public Meeting and no person shall promote or join in any procession within the area of the Constituency during a period of forty-eight hours ending at midnight following the conclusion of the Poll for an election in that Constituency.

Any person who contravenes these provisions of law shall be punishable with rigorous imprisonment for a term, which may extend to six months or with fine, which may extend to one thousand rupees or with both.

2. Accordingly, the election campaign for Bye-Elections in aforesaid constituencies shall come to an end with effect from the midnight falling between the 23rd and 24th February,2012. The Political Parties and the candidates are requested to follow the provisions of law and exercise self-restraint so that the Poll is held in an orderly and peaceful manner on the 25th February, 2012.

For more information, contact:
For more information, contact:
Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP)
Election Commission of Pakistan Secretariat
Election House, Constitution Avenue G-5/2, Islamabad
Tel: +9251 920 1975, +9251 920 6062
Fax: +9251 920 5402, +9251 920 5300

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