As many as 200 identity cards were recovered Saturday from Khalid Sindhu, a PTI worker, from Lahore’s Factory Area just a day before the crucial by-elections in the city’s four constituencies.
The police said that Sindhu was planning to buy votes through ID cards in the PP-168 constituency.
He bought the voters’ ID cards in several union councils of PP-168, Lahore, in exchange for money.
Police said that Sindhu revealed that some people demanded Rs2,000 and others Rs3,000 in exchange for their ID cards. Following his arrest, police registered a case against the PTI worker.