Edited By: Shankhyaneel Sarkar
Final Up to date: January 25, 2023, 16:17 IST
The Pakistan election fee on Wednesday requested authorities in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) to resolve the dates for elections following the dissolution of the respective assemblies, the Daybreak reported. Caretaker governments had been put in in each provinces earlier this month.
The Pakistan election fee recommended that elections be held between April 9 and 13 in Punjab and between April 15 and 17 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the Daybreak reported.
The pinnacle of the Punjab authorities is at present caretaker chief minister Syed Mohsin Raza Naqvi and the KP authorities is headed by Mohammad Azam Khan. Each of them had been sworn-in as caretaker chief ministers over the weekend after the dissolution of the 2 respective assemblies.
The KP meeting was dissolved on January 18, 4 days after the dissolution of the Punjab Meeting.
The plan to dissolve these two assemblies was brewing since December. Each had been beneath the rule of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led by cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan. Khan has tried to make use of the dissolution of assemblies in a bid to drive the central authorities led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif into saying snap polls.
Imran Khan on a number of events stated that the dissolution of the assemblies had been executed as a result of he needed to “disassociate from the present corrupt political system” as he was in energy in these two provinces.
The ECP, in keeping with the Daybreak, despatched letters to principal secretaries to the governor of the 2 provinces on Wednesday. It cited Article 224 of the Structure which says normal election of an meeting should be held inside 90 days of the dissolution of the assemblies.
“When the Nationwide Meeting or a provincial meeting is dissolved, a normal election to the meeting shall be held inside a interval of ninety days after the dissolution, and the outcomes of the election shall be declared not later than fourteen days after the conclusion of the polls,” Article 224 of the Pakistan structure says.
The ECP additionally stated that the election date should not exceed April 13 for Punjab and April 17 for KP.
Governors of each provinces had been reminded to not exceed the proposed dates.
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