ISLAMABAD - Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has declared 960 polling stations out of a total 11,869 highly sensitive for upcoming second phase of local government elections in 12 districts of Punjab province.

The election commission has classified polling stations into three categories: Normal, Sensitive, and Highly Sensitive.

Out of a total of 11,869 polling stations, 3,112 have been declared sensitive in all 12 districts.

In district Jhelum, 648 polling stations have been set up, with 414 declared sensitive and 234 highly sensitive. None of the polling stations in Jhelum fall within the normal category.

In district Sargodha, 1525 polling stations have been set up, with 285 declared sensitive and 50 highly sensitive.

As many as 1807 polling stations have been set up in Gujranwala, with 325 declared sensitive and 90 highly sensitive. 183 polling stations have been declared sensitive and 20 highly sensitive out of 1006 total polling stations in Sahiwal.

In Attock, 160 polling station have been declared sensitive and 104 highly sensitive out of a total of 854 stations.

In district Mianwali, 694 polling stations have been set up with 124 declared sensitive and 13 highly sensitive. In district Chiniot, 571 polling stations have been set up, with 157 declared sensitive and 15 highly sensitive.

In Toba Tek Singh, out of 1087 polling stations 269 have been declared sensitive and 50 highly sensitive. In district Hafizabad, 519 polling stations have been set up, with 319 declared sensitive and 200 highly sensitive.

In Mandi Bahauddin district, 554 polling stations have been set up with 219 declared sensitive and 34 highly sensitive. In district Sheikhupura, 1528 polling stations have been set up, with 367 declared sensitive and 95 highly sensitive. The ECP has set up 1076 polling stations in Khanewal out of which 290 have been declared sensitive and 55 highly sensitive.