Mir Mardan Khan Domki vows to hold free, fair general elections


Mir Mardan Khan Domki – the Chief Minister of Balochistan – has said that holding free and fair general elections is the top priority of his government.

According to the media reports, the Caretaker Chief Minister of Balochistan Mir Mardan Khan Domki made these remarks while addressing the secretaries in Quetta today (Monday, August 21). He vowed to conduct free and fair general elections during his tenure.

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On this occasion, the Caretaker Chief Minister said that governance will have to be improved for the holding of transparent elections. He said all available resources would be utilized to address problems being faced by people.

It is pertinent to mention here that the newly appointed caretaker Chief Minister Mir Ali Mardan Domki belongs to the Lahri area of Balochistan. He is the son of Mir Hazor Bakhsh Domki, a former senator. From 1975 to 1977, his father was a senator. He was born on October 13, 1972. He earned a Master’s degree in Sociology from Allama Iqbal University (AIOU) in Islamabad. He held the positions of Tehsil Nazim Lahri and District Nazim Sabi. His brother Dostin Domki has been a Member of the Balochistan Assembly and Minister of State.