The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will hear objections regarding the preliminary delimitation of constituencies on at its central secretariat for two days.

The ECP has formed two benches: the first bench will hold hearing on November 01 at 10:00am regarding objections about delimitation, concerning districts Shiekhupura, Jacobabad, Kashmore, Sialkot, Khuzdar and Rajanpur while the second bench will hold hearing on objections about Kurram, Khyber, Nankana Sahib, Attock, Jhelum, Kohat and Korangi.According to the schedule for November 02, the first bench will hold hearing, concerning Malir, Sanghar, Swat, Haripur, Chakwal, Pishin while the second bench will conduct hearing about Mardan, Karachi East, Musa Khel, Lodhran, Noshero Feroz, Hub, Lasbela and Awaran.Meanwhile, according to the ECP Media Coordination and Outreach Wing, the ECP has decided to keep all field offices open on Saturday, October 28, 2023 (public holiday) for the convenience of the public so that people can participate in vote registration, transfer, exclusion and data correction. On October 24, the ECP extended the period of registration, transfer, exclusion and correction of data by three days from October 25 to October 28.“Necessary instructions have been issued to the four provincial election commissioners in this regard to ensure that the offices of district election commissioners (registration officers) in their respective provinces should be kept open on Saturdays and all facilities are provided to the public regarding registration, transfer, exclusion and data correction,” it said.It is clarified that according to the law, the registration and transfer of votes can be done only according to the address mentioned on the identity card.

ECP writes to ED over posting of senior cops

 The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) wrote a reminder on October 26 to the secretary Establishment Division regarding posting of senior cops and the deputy commissioner Islamabad well before the announcement of the schedule for the general elections, Establishment Division sources said on Friday.

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) building in Islamabad. The News File

“In continuation of this office letter dated October 24, 2023, on the subject of posting of senior federal government officers, it was requested to send a compliance report regarding the transfer/posting of ICT/administration/police officers who have not been transferred till date. It is once again directed to transfer the inspector general of Police and the deputy commissioner ICT without further delay under intimation to this office,” the ECP letter said, signed by the secretary Establish Division with the signature of Mohammad Farid Afridi, additional director general (Election-1).

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