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Local Bodies Elections In Balochistan

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Local Bodies Elections in KPK

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Rawalpindi Cantonment Board

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AJK Legislative Assembly

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Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly

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Pak Statement

The ECP received 3,866 nominations for 1,212 MCI seats

Electoral bodies have submitted 3,866 nomination documents for 1,212 seats in Islamabad Metropolitan Corporation (MCI) for local elections to be held on 31 December in all 101 union councils in Islamabad Metropolitan Region (ICT). received.

It received 537 nominations for 101 posts of UC Chair and Vice-Chair, 1,945 for 606 ordinary seats, 546 for 202 women seats, 344 for 101 youth seats and 348 for 101 seats. According to data released by the Pakistan Electoral Commission (ECP), there were 146 nominations for 101 non-Muslim seats.

On November 3, the Electoral Commission changed LGs voting date from his December 24 to his December 31, but left the rest of the election schedule unchanged. We know that the date of the LG election was changed on December 24th due to the involvement of some of his ECP executives.

The ICT local body ended his five-year term last February.

After that, however, the implementation of the LG election was delayed for some reason.

The ECP announced the ICTs LG election on July 31 this year, but the federal government tried to delay the election on the pretext of increasing the number of ICTs UCs ​​from 50 to 101. A related lawsuit is pending before the Islamabad High Court (IHC). ).

On October 20th, the ECP finally announced the schedule for the ICTs LG election.

According to this schedule, notices calling for nominations for LG elections will be issued on November 1, submission dates for nomination documents: November 7-11, announcement of candidate names: November 14, review of nomination documents: November 15-18. Appeals against acceptance/rejection of candidature documents: November 21-23; Appeals by appeals bodies: November 28; Candidate list revisions: November 29; Candidate withdrawals: November 30 Date, Candidature Scoring: December 1st - Revised Voting Date: December 31st. - Posted on : 16-November-2022

اسلام آباد کی حتمی حد بندی کا اعلان

الیکشن کمیشن آف پاکستان (ای سی پی) جمعہ کو بلدیاتی انتخابات سے قبل وفاقی دارالحکومت میں حلقہ بندیوں کی نئی حلقہ بندیوں کی تشہیر کرے گا۔

ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ اسلام آباد میں یونین کونسلوں کی تعداد 50 سے بڑھا کر 101 کر دی گئی، ای سی پی اسلام آباد کی نئی 101 یونین کونسلوں کا نوٹیفکیشن آج جاری کرے گا۔

حتمی حد بندی فہرست کی اشاعت کے بعد وفاقی دارالحکومت میں بلدیاتی انتخابات ستمبر میں ہوں گے۔ پاکستان تحریک انصاف، پاکستان پیپلز پارٹی، مسلم لیگ (ن)، جماعت اسلامی اور دیگر جماعتوں نے اسلام آباد میں یونین کونسلوں کی تعداد بڑھانے کی حمایت کی ہے۔

قبل ازیں ریجنل الیکشن کمشنر راولپنڈی علیم شہاب نے نئی حلقہ بندیوں کے خلاف سیاسی جماعتوں، آزاد امیدواروں اور اسلام آباد کے شہریوں کے اعتراضات کی سماعت کی۔ اپیلٹ اتھارٹی کے مطابق نئی یونین کونسلوں کے خلاف کل 165 اعتراضات دائر کیے گئے جن میں سے 60 اعتراضات مسترد، 94 منظور اور 11 کو جزوی طور پر منظور کیا گیا اور ان اعتراضات پر فیصلہ سنایا گیا۔

ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ اپیلٹ اتھارٹی نے اعتراضات نمٹانے کے بعد اپنی مکمل رپورٹ بھی ای سی پی کو بھجوا دی ہے۔ ذرائع نے یہ بھی بتایا کہ مجموعی طور پر 11 اسٹیک ہولڈرز نے بھی اپیلٹ اتھارٹی کے فیصلے کو اسلام آباد ہائی کورٹ میں چیلنج کرنے کا اعلان کیا ہے۔

سب سے زیادہ اعتراضات اسلام آباد کے مضافاتی علاقوں کے امیدواروں کی جانب سے دائر کیے گئے۔ ان میں بری امام، نور پور شاہاں، بہارہ کہو، علی پور، فراش، سہالہ، گولڑہ شریف، نیلور، سنگ جانی، سوہان، ترلائی اور روات کی یونین کونسلیں شامل ہیں۔

امیدواروں کی بڑی تعداد نے یونین کونسلوں، وارڈز اور بلاکس کی دو اور تین یونین کونسلوں میں تقسیم کو چیلنج کیا تھا۔ ان کی رائے تھی کہ حلقوں میں بلاکس کو الگ اور الگ نہیں کیا جانا چاہیے۔ ان کا کہنا تھا کہ اس تقسیم سے انتخابی مہم متاثر ہوگی اور ترقیاتی کاموں میں بھی خلل پڑے گا۔ انہوں نے کہا کہ ایک امیدوار کو ایک حلقے میں پڑنے والی آدھی گلی میں ترقیاتی کام کرنا ہوں گے جبکہ باقی آدھی گلی کو بغیر کام کے چھوڑنا ہو گا۔

اپیلٹ اتھارٹی نے ان اعتراضات کی 10 روز تک تفصیلی سماعت کی۔ کمیشن نے حلقہ بندیوں پر پیش رفت پر بھی اطمینان کا اظہار کیا۔ جس میں کہا گیا کہ تمام کام میرٹ پر اور قانون کے طے شدہ شیڈول کے مطابق مکمل کیے گئے ہیں۔ - Posted on : 27-August-2022

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اسپیکر نے پی ٹی آئی کے 11 استعفے منظور کر لیے

پی ٹی آئی کے قانون سازوں نے 11 اپریل کو اجتماعی طور پر استعفیٰ دے دیا تھا، دو دن بعد جب سابق وزیر اعظم عمران خان کے خلاف پارلیمنٹ میں مشترکہ اپوزیشن کی طرف سے تحریک عدم اعتماد کی ووٹنگ کامیاب ہو گئی تھی تو انہیں اعلیٰ عہدے سے ہٹا دیا گیا تھا۔

اس وقت مستعفی ہونے والے ایم این ایز کی تعداد 131 ہوگئی ہے۔

استعفے کی منظوری کی تصدیق قومی اسمبلی سیکرٹریٹ کی جانب سے کی جاتی ہے جو فہرست جاری کرتا ہے۔
یہ واضح نہیں کہ سپیکر نے صرف 11 ایم این ایز کے استعفے کیوں منظور کر لیے۔

علی محمد خان، فضل محمد خان، شوکت علی، فخر زمان خان، فرخ حبیب اور اعجاز احمد شاہ ان ارکان اسمبلی میں شامل ہیں جن کے استعفے منظور کر لیے گئے ہیں۔

جمیل احمد خان، محمد اکرم چیمہ اور عبدالشکور شاد کے نام بھی فہرست میں شامل ہیں۔

ڈاکٹر شیریں مہرونیسا مزاری اور شاندانہ گلزار خان، جو دونوں خواتین کے لیے مخصوص نشستوں پر ایم این اے ہیں، بھی پارلیمنٹ کے ایوان زیریں کی رکنیت چھوڑ دیں گی۔ - Posted on : 29-July-2022

Preparations for elections in Punjab are in the final stages

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has printed 5 million ballots and delivered them to the Returning Officer for the preparation of by-polls for 20 seats in the Punjab Provincial Assembly on July 17. So it is in the last stage. It will start (today) from Wednesday.
On May 20, election supervisors sacked 25 PTI MPAs by voting Hamza Shehbaz for the post of Punjab Chief Minister against party instructions.
According to the details, the election observers have completed the printing of 5 million ballots for 20 constituencies of Punjab. The delivery of the ballots printed by the Printing Press Company Limited will begin (today) from Wednesday. The ballots will be handed over to the Official Representative of the Returning Officer under tight security. All the ballots are printed in the federal capital.
By-elections will be held on July 17 on PP-7, PP-83, PP-90, PP-97, PP-125, PP-127, PP-140, PP-158, PP-167, PP-168. will be done The constituencies are PP 170, PP 202, PP 217, PP 224, PP 228, PP 237, PP 272, PP 273, PP 282 Leh and PP 288.
The PTI claims that attempts are being made to rig elections, and the ECP has announced that the exercise in 20 constituencies in the state will be based on old electoral rolls.
Currently, the PTI needs to win around 14 seats to regain the coveted office from the PML-N, but a loss of more than 6 seats means an independent bank will switch sides. A return to office for both parties will also ensure their new mission in the next general election. - Posted on : 13-July-2022

Coalition party decides to support government until 2023

According to Express News, a meeting of coalition parties was held under the leadership of the Prime Minister in which other coalition party leaders including JUI chairman Maulana Fazlur Rehman, PPP co-chair Asif Ali Zardari and MQM organizer Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui participated.
The meeting discussed the decisions issued by the Supreme Court while all the allies decided to support and remain in government until August 2023, ensuring that all decisions of the Prime Minister will be fully supported.
It was decided at the meeting that a legal opinion on the decision of the Supreme Court would soon be sought. - Posted on : 18-May-2022

Dissident MPs are not counted : SC

In a significant development, Pakistans Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that the votes of MPs who oppose the parliamentary partys directives cannot be counted.

The court, which issued its decision seeking an interpretation of Article 63 (A) of the Constitution relating to deviant legislators, said the law could not be interpreted in isolation.

The plenary session closed todays indictment trial filed by President Arif Ali on March 21. The trial lasted 58 days from the date of submission.
In separate judgments, three judges - Pakistans Chief Justice Omar Ata Bandial, Judge Ijaz-ul-Ahsan and Judge Muneeb Akhtar - agreed that the votes of dissenting members should not be counted.

Meanwhile, Judge Jamal Mandokhel and Judge Mazhar Alam Khan Mian Khel disagreed with the verdict. - Posted on : 17-May-2022

1st stage of LB elections in Punjabs 17 districts will be on 29 May

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Wednesday announced the holding of the first phase of local body elections in Punjab and said that electoral exercises in 17 districts would be held on May 29.
According to the ECP, the meeting chaired by Chief Election Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Raja decided that in the first stage the local body elections would be held in 17 Punjab districts on 29 May and in the first stage the local body elections would be held in Dera Ghazi Khan. Rajanpur, Muzaffargarh, Layyah, Khanewal, Vehari and Bahawalpur, Sahiwal, Pakpattan, Toba Tek Singh, Khushab, Sialkot, Gujarat, Hafizabad, Mandi Bahauddin, Jhelum and Attock.
There is speculation that the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will face a tough challenge from its main political rival in the province. Several other parties including Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan Peoples Party and Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan may also oppose it in some constituencies.
However, there are indications in the media that the PTI may seek support from the TLP on a give and take basis in some constituencies. According to the ECP schedule issued on 27 December 2021, the delimitation committee made a preliminary list of constituencies for local body elections in all 36 commission offices in the province, including neighborhood and village councils. Details are also included.
The delimitation committee has defined the boundaries of Mohalla and Village Councils under the 2017 Election Law and the 2021 Punjab Regional Government Ordinance, according to which at least 2544 Neighborhood Councils and 3128 Village Councils have been formed. - Posted on : 04-May-2022

Rashid predicts a bloody long march.

The former interior minister on Tuesday expressed concern that Islamabad chairman PTI chairman Imran Khans long march could be "bloody" and demanded intervention from "strong circles".

Rashids prediction came a day after he claimed that PML-N leaders were planning to kill him and try to attack the Long March. He said his life was in danger because Sharifs family and other PML-N leaders wanted to get rid of him.
Speaking to the media in Rawalpindi on Tuesday afternoon, Sheikh Rashid said, "There will be no peace in a country where there are drug dealers as Minister of Home Affairs."

"These people want to take the situation elsewhere, but we pray for peace in the country," he said, adding that street fighting had started and he blamed Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah.

He reaffirmed his support for Imran Khan and said he will support him on a long journey.

The former interior minister said people whose faces the people did not want to see had been given power.

"The situation in the country is bad and this issue should be resolved by May 31," he said, adding that the election date should be fixed within 90 days. - Posted on : 03-May-2022

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