General Elections 2024 may be delayed in some constituencies if electoral symbols changed


The Election Commission of Pakistan has said that General Elections 2024 may be delayed in particular constituencies if the practice of altering election symbols continues in those areas.

According to the media reports, the Election Commission has made these remarks in a statement today (Wednesday, January 17). ECP said that changes are being made through various channels. It is crucial to remember that the Election Commission has already directed the printing of ballot papers to three printing corporations, and the printing process has commenced.

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The election commission is gathering to discuss the shifting scenario, primarily to manage the issue and make sure that the directives prohibiting altering electoral symbols are strictly followed.

On the other hand, Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar said during an exclusive interview with CNBC on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos that the general elections 2024 will take place in Pakistan on February 8 because this is a constitutional requirement and everyone in the country is committed to that particular date. He said that the people of Pakistan will have a choice to exercise their right to vote and they will elect a government for the next five years. The general elections in 2024 will lead towards a stable government which will translate into economic stability.

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