Bangkok police will be issued with 10,000 handheld counters to cross check the number of people voting against the number of votes cast during Sunday's gubernatorial election in Bangkok.
Metropolitan Police Bureau chief Pol Lt Gen Kamronwit Thoopkrachang said this would help ensure transparency in the election process. The 10,000 counters had been specially purchased for the task.
The counters would be distributed to police stationed at each election unit to ensure that the number of voters casting ballots match the total number of votes recorded.
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