Islamabad: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa authorities refuses to carry by-elections whereas Sindh is filled with supporters.
According to Express News, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa authorities has refused to carry by-elections within the present scenario and has replied to the Election Commission that it isn’t prepared to carry by-elections but. Sources mentioned that Punjab has not but responded to the Election Commission relating to holding of by-elections.
On the opposite hand, the Sindh authorities has expressed assist for holding by-elections, and has agreed to carry elections to the vacant seats of the Provincial Assembly following the SOPs, the Sindh authorities has replied to the Election Commission. To challenge a schedule for by-elections.
It needs to be famous that by-elections are to be held on 7 vacant seats of National and Provincial Assemblies throughout the nation and the Election Commission had approached the provincial governments for by-elections on vacant seats. NA-75 Sialkot and NA-45 Orakzai, Punjab Assembly constituency PP-51 Gujranwala seat is vacant, Sindh Assembly constituency PS 88 Malir, PS 52, Pakhtunkhwa Assembly constituency PK 63 Nowshera and Balochistan Assembly constituency P The B20 Pishin seat is vacant.