Our Staff reporter MIRPUR (AJK) - At least 5,335 polling stations (PSs), comprising a minimum of 8,107 polling booths are to be set up to facilitate over 2.9 million registered voters to exercise their right to vote in the scheduled June 26 general elections for 41 seats Azad Jammu Kashmir Legislative Assembly, official sources said. The sources told this scribe here that 800 polling stations have been proposed to be declared as sensitive and extra security measures would be adopted to ensure peace on the day of polling. In 29 electoral constituencies of Azad Jammu & Kashmir, 461 polling stations comprising 643 polling booths will be set up in four constituencies of Mirpur district, 429 polling stations comprising 658 polling booths in three constituencies of Bhimbher district, 857 polling stations comprising 1,341 polling booths in five constituencies of Kotli district, l 458 polling stations comprising 693 polling booths in three constituencies of Bagh district, 172 polling stations comprising 256 polling booths comprising 256 polling booths in Kahota (Haveili) District, 589 polling stations comprising 850 polling stations in Sudhanoti (Poonch) district, 355 polling stations comprising 463 polling booths in Poonch district, 180 polling stations consist of 258 polling booths in Neelam valley district, 850 polling station comprising 1286 polling booths in Muzaffarabad district, 888 polling stations comprising 1,525 polling booths in yet five out of all six electoral constituencies of Jammu & others meant for Pakistan-based occupied Jammu refugees and AJK citizens and 96 polling stations comprising 134 polling booths for yet five out of all six constituencies of Pakistan-based occupied Kashmir valley refugees. The total number of registered male and female voters in Mirpur district is 2,40,407, in Bhim bher 2,52,506, in Kotli district 4,75,437, in Bagh district 2,55,241, in Kahota Haveili district 88,617, in Sudhanoti district 3,27,303, in Poonch district 84,218, in Neelam valley district 89,155, in Muzaffarabad district 4,55,481, in constituencies of Pakistan-based refugees of Jammu and others 5,50,560 voters and in constituencies of Pakistan-based refugees of Kashmir valley 34,286 voters. The sources continued that brisk preparations were underway for holding the elections of 49-member AJK legislative assembly in a free, fair and impartial manner. 41 of the members, including 29 from AJK and remaining 12 from various parts of Pakistan-dwelled with the Jammu Kashmir refugees, will be elected through direct right to vote to be used by the registered eligible voters in the polls. Whereas remaining eight reserved seats including five meant for women and one each allocated for technocrats, ulema/mushaikh (religious scholars) and overseas Kashmiris will be filled in by the electoral college comprising the upcoming 41 elected members of the house. The administration including police in all ten districts of AJK have moved for making foolproof arrangements to maintain law and order situation during the elections and the AJK government has already taken stringent steps to strengthen and improve the professional skills of the police to ensure maintenance of complete peace and order during the polls besides other law enforcing agencies, the sources said.