CS Sindh asks officers to ensure code of conduct of ECP

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Special Correspondent

Chief Secretary Sindh Maj (Retd) Azam Suleman Khan has asked the Commissioner/Deputy Commissioners, DIGs and SSPs and all concerned officers to ensure the implementation of Code of Conduct of the Election Commission of Pakistan, for holding the free-fair, impartial and transparent General Election-2018.
He was addressing the above officers through video conference, which was also addressed by the Provincial Election Commissioner M. Yousuf Khan and IGP Sindh Amjad Javed Salemmeee.
The field i.e., Divisional and District Management Officers were advised by the Chief Secretary that they should perform election duty zealously in accordance with the ECP-code of conduct.
He also emphasized upon the Divisional/Distt. Management and Police Officers to take legal action against the candidate and their supporters for carrying out arms and ammunition/arms weapons, which is under the ban.
Major Azam Suleman Khan said that the Deputy Commissioners should ensure their heave responsibility in respect of Election Duty and they must inform their Commissioner about any incident occurs in their District, such a situation is transmitted, by any other source including media, thus responsible DCs shall be liable for the situation as per rules and regulation.
He categorically noted that the missing facilities must be provided in all Polling Stations to facilitate the Polling Staff and Voters for the peaceful election process.
IGP Sindh Amjad Javed Saleemee and Provincial Election Commissioners M. Yusuf Khattak also addressed the conference and advised the officers to assist the ECP for conducting fair, free, impartial and transparent General Election.
SMBR Dr Iqbal Durrani, Secretary GA Zulfiqar Ali Shah, Secretary Education Dr Alya Shahid, Secretary Home Haroon Ahmed, Secretary Implementation Syed Mohsin Ali Shah, Commissioner Karachi Muhammad Saleh Farooqi and other officers including six Deputy Commissioners of Karachi were also present.

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