PM Meets Chief Election Commissioner
PM Meets Chief Election Commissioner: Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk believes that the caretaker government is firmly committed to provide all possible assistance to the Election Commission of Pakistan for holding free, fair and peaceful elections as per the schedule.
He said this while talking to the Chief Election Commissioner Sardar Muhammad Raza who called on him in Islamabad.
During the meeting, matters pertaining to the forthcoming general elections came under discussion during the meeting.
Caretaker prime minister and Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) of the country have resolved to hold the upcoming polls strictly according to the schedule in a free, fair and transparent manner.
The expression of determination has come in their meeting at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). It has been officially stated that the CEC Justice (retd) Sardar Muhammad Raza called on Prime Minister Justice (retd) Nasirul Mulk.
The matter relating to the forthcoming general elections came under discussion during the meeting. The prime minister reiterated that the caretaker government was firmly committed to providing all possible assistance to the Election Commission towards holding free, fair and peaceful elections as per the schedule.
Meanwhile, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) postponed its crucial meeting on security arrangements with regards to the conduct of general election for a day, directing the provinces to replace the respective chief secretaries and inspector generals (IGPs) of police.
Besides, the provincial chief secretaries, the meeting is to be attended by the secretaries of the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Interior, Safron, home secretaries, provincial election commissioners, director general Military Operations and chief commissioner, Islamabad.
In this connection, the ECP wrote to the Establishment Division for replacement of the incumbent top provincial officers and bringing new officers by June 13. And, the meeting on security will be held on June 14, following the appointment of the two top provincial officers in each province.
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