islamabad - The Election Commission’s ongoing door to door verification campaign for revising the electoral rolls would culminate on Monday (August 29).

The twenty days door-to-door verification campaign was started to include the names of new computerized national identity card (CNIC) holders in electoral rolls from August 10. During the Annual Revision of Electoral Rolls campaign, voters who have become disqualified owing to (deaths/cancelled CNICs) had been excluded from the rolls in the door-to-door verification process, said official sources.

Special teams visited the permanent addresses of the new CNIC holders for verification. After door-to-door verification campaign, the electoral rolls lists would be displayed at designated display centres, offices of District Election Commissioners, Registration Officers and Assistant Registration Officers for public inspection from September 20 to October 10 for public inspection.

If desired, applications for enrolment/transfer, correction and deletion of votes could be submitted on prescribed forms at designated display centres, offices of district election commissioners, registration officers and assistant registration officers. The ECP has issued necessary instructions to all provincial election commissioners, regional election commissioners, district election commissioners, NADRA and all concerned to complete all the concerned to complete all the pre-requisites of the revision process at the earliest.

The contact details of the display centres would be shared with media and published at ECP’s official website. A mass media campaign has been planned for the event where general public. Voters could also check their vote status by sending their CNIC number to 8300 SMS through their mobile phones.

The voter count is expected to be increased from 93 million to 97-98 millions after the said revision process, the sources added.

Meanwhile, the two-day workshop organised at Nomad Art Gallery (NAG) concluded here at Saidpur village yesterday. Talking to APP Director Nageen Hayat said, “The workshop had focused on print making which includes linoleum printing, four stages of carving and colour printing technique.”

She said, “Nomad Art Gallery had celebrated thirty years of its commitment to art and culture indigenous crafts training and to peace initiatives and human rights.” Moreover she said, “The exhibition at Nomad Art Gallery had got positive response exhibition was aimed to convey the message of hope, equality, progress and determination to the young generation through paintings.

The exhibition attracted a large number of visitors including art lovers, people belonging to various shades of life including women and students.