The ECP has postponed the elections to be held in Punjab, while earlier the date of holding elections in Punjab was given on April thirty.
The “Election Commission” of Pakistan has also issued an order to postpone this election, according to which the elections to be held on April thirty will be held on June 8.
Keeping in view the notification publish by the ECP, IG Punjab informed about the law or order situation in Punjab, or he said that the situation of terrorism in Punjab is very critical which cannot be eradicated. It may take five to six months in Punjab, during which time it will be difficult to hold elections, so the Election Commission has issued an order to hold ELECTION on October eight, or they have said that there is a shortage of 387,000 personnel in Punjab.
Along with this, he said that this shortfall can only be fulfilled due to the deployment of police and rangers.
Along with this, according to the Election Commission, the (Interior Minister) said that conducting the election is not a big deal, but the same officers are currently on the hit list of terrorism, so political leaders may face more threat from terrorists in the election, due to which Election Commission has postponed the election.
Along with this notification, it has been clarified that the Finance Minister has said that the country is facing a very severe economic crisis or the GOV has started the process of meeting the conditions of the IMF apart from their It was said that it will be very difficult to collect the Budget for holding elections in Punjab or KP because the economic crisis in the country is very high, due to which it will be difficult to pay the funds.
The background of the election in the PUNJAB GOV is that the PTI dismiss the assemblies in PUNJAB OR KP due to which caretaker government was established in Punjab or KP. because the ECP had not given the DATE of the election.
When this decision went to the Supreme Court, the SC publish an order to hold the election within ninety days, after which the ‘Election Commission’ sent a letter to the PRESIDENT to suggest a date from April 30 to May 7.
After that, the President of the State had given the date of April 30 that the elections would be held in Punjab on April 30, while on the other hand, Haji Ghulam had asked to hold the elections on May 28 in KP.