Ballot papers for Pakistan`s upcoming general election will be printed in three cities under the supervision of the army, the military`s media arm said on Saturday.
The monster tabloid-size ballot includes 11 proposed amendments to the state constitution, some of which ran for hundreds of words.
Bal Thackeray had raised questions over the credibility of the EVMs as a tamper-proof mechanism in conducting polls.
Stung by the rout in the last
month`s Assembly polls in Bihar, LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswan
on Wednesday expressed doubt over transparency in voting with EVMs
and said the EC should consider restoration of ballot papers.
Day in Pics: 27th November
Showbiz World - November 27, 2014