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    ECP Announces Election Date in Punjab

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    The Lahore High Court (LHC) has recently given a much-awaited verdict to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), directing it to announce the date for the general elections in the province of Punjab immediately.

    The verdict was announced by Justice Jawad Hassan, who emphasized that the ECP was bound by the Constitution to hold the general elections within 90 days of the dissolution of the assembly. The decision was made after the PTI approached the LHC seeking a court order for the Punjab Governor to announce the election date.

    The PTI, in its petition filed on January 27, argued that the assembly was dissolved on January 12 and that the elections should be held between April 9 and 17. The LHC has now directed the ECP to announce the election schedule, taking into account the reasons for the decision and after consultation with the governor of Punjab, who is the constitutional head of the province.

    This verdict is a significant development in the ongoing political scenario in Pakistan, as it sets the tone for the upcoming elections in the country. The LHC’s decision to direct the ECP to announce the election date immediately has been welcomed by the PTI, which had been demanding the elections for a long time. The general elections in Punjab are expected to be held in the coming months, and the announcement of the election date is expected to trigger a flurry of political activities, including campaigns, rallies, and debates.

    The general elections in Punjab are expected to be closely watched by the political parties and the general public, as the outcome of these elections will have a significant impact on the political landscape of the country. The election is expected to be a crucial test for the ruling PTI, which has been facing criticism for its handling of various political and economic issues. The opposition parties, including the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), are expected to challenge the PTI in these elections.

    The general elections in Punjab are expected to be a competitive and closely contested affair, with the political parties expected to put up a strong fight to win the support of the electorate. The election is also expected to be a test of the political maturity of the people of Punjab, who are known for their strong political beliefs and affiliations. In conclusion, the verdict by the LHC to direct the ECP to announce the date for the general

    elections in Punjab is a major development in the political scenario of the country. The decision has set the tone for the upcoming elections, which are expected to be a crucial and competitive affair. The announcement of the election date is expected to trigger a flurry of political activities, and the outcome of these elections will have a significant impact on the political landscape of the country.

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    Ameer Ali Salman
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