After six weeks long hectic ??? more than three crore voter, including one crore 37?
long line of voters, all males, outside the women's college in Islamabad.
People waiting, reading newspaper, gossiping, in the long snake-like line of voters.
the queue of voters as seen from inside the voting hall.
long line of ??? female voters outside the Girl's school in ??? in Islamabad.
A top view of the large number of women voters waiting to exercise their right by voting for 715 candidates contesting 181 seats. The Federal Capital however has only seat.
Woman official checking female voters and other general scenes (poor light)
Yet another long line of men voters in Islamabad waiting in three line deep ??? top view/
Voters finger ??? smeared with ink, voters collecting their voting ???.
Another group of officials and voters busy voting; inserting their votes in the ballot box.
??? class women ??? outside the polling booth in another area of Islamabad.
??? casting votes in the Covered Market area of Islamabad.
the presiding officer himself casts his vote.
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Background: After six weeks long hectic ??? more than three crore voter, including one crore 37 lakh Yemeale voters went to polls in Pakistan on March 7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pakistan's ruling People's Party has put up 172 candidates for the contested constituencies.
The opposition Pakistan National Alliance has nominated 166. Pakistan Muslim League (??? Group) has put up 37 candidate. There are ??? independent candidates which includes 107 candidates for eight constituencies of the federally administered Tribal Areas adjoining the North West Frontier Province for which political party has nominated candidates. The ruling People's Party needs 82 more seats to form the Governments. The Opposition ??? needs to win 101 seats to form the Governments. At the time of writing it has been a peaceful fair and ordered ???.