ISLAMABAD – The Printing Corporation of Pakistan (PCP) on Wednesday informed the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) that all ballot papers were printed under the supervision of the Pakistan Army.
The PCP officials informed Acting Chief Election Commissioner Anwar Zaheer Jamali during a special meeting which focused on the allegations made by Imran Khan and Afzal Khan about rigging during the 2013 general election.
The ECP rejected the allegations that the elections were rigged. During the session, videos of former chief justice Iftikhar Muhammed Chaudhry's address to the returning officers as well as Afzal Khan's interview were reviewed.
During the session, the PCP officials informed the ECP that numbering of the ballot papers was done by 22 people who had been brought in from Lahore to Islamabad under the police protection.