Attique assures fair elections in PaK
NISAR AHMED THOKAR
Islamabad, Apr 18: The Prime Minister of Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan on Monday said that his government was committed to hold free, fair and transparent elections in the region.
“My regime is completing its term in July and we hope that the Election Commission (EC) will formally announce the election schedule very soon, probably in first or second week of May”, Khan told a private news channel.
He said his government would provide all necessary support and facilities to the EC to conduct transparent polls in the region.
He said that special arrangements have been made to maintain law and order. “My party (Muslim Conference) will prefer to have an electoral alliance with regional parties.”
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