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ECP displays computerised list of 80.7m voters
ISLAMABAD – The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) February 29 displayed its initial draft of computerised electoral rolls containing 80.7m voters and started a mobile text messaging service for confirming enrolment on the lists, media reported.
The rolls have been displayed at more than 50,000 centres across the country, Dunya News reported.
Voters can find out if they are on the rolls by sending a text message containing their Computerised National Identity Card number to 8300, media reported.
Secretary ECP Ishtiak Khan said the final voters’ list would be published May 25, media added.
The Supreme Court has asked the ECP to explain why it did not complete the lists by the original deadline of February 23, media reported.