KARACHI - Chief Election Commissioner Fakhruddin G Ibrahim said on Monday that the Election Commission will not let anybody rig the next elections.Talking to a group of media persons after visiting the Provincial Election Commission office of Sindh here, he said that the maintaining of law and order would be his top priority. He said Election Commission would use every option to maintain peace and holding of free, fair and transparent elections. He announced that the number of polling stations would be increased to attract more voters to the polling booths. To a question about the use of electronic voting machine, he said working on electronic voting machine was in process, reminding that the neighbouring India was also not using electronic voting machine in all parts of the country. He also pointed out that the experiment of electronic voting machines was not proved completely successful in India. He said Election Commission will implement the Constitution and verdicts of the Supreme Court. Lahore staff reporter adds: Meanwhile, Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim will preside over an important meeting of the Commission in Islamabad on Tuesday (today) to discuss the implementation of the Supreme Court’s order about the legislators holding dual nationality. A number of lawmakers holding dual nationality have already been disqualified and a schedule of by-elections has been announced for their seats. Many lawmakers have also filed declarations with the relevant Assembly Secretariat to state that they don’t have any other nationality except Pakistani.It may be recalled that PPP leader Raja Riaz had alleged recently that Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif holds dual nationality, an allegation denied by him. The Supreme Court has summoned both of them for October 17th.Peshawar staff reporter adds: Twelve lawmakers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly including a former chief minister and ex-ministers submitted their affidavits saying that they don’t hold dual nationalities.As per the directives, a total of 12-lawmakers submitted their affidavits to the provincial assembly secretariat. They included former chief minister and leader of the opposition Akram Khan Durrani, parliamentary leader of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Abdul Akbar Khan, Awami National Party (ANP) MPA’s, Mukhtiar Ali Khan, Yasmeen Zia, Shagufta Malik, PPP’s Shazia Tehmas, Sanjida Yousaf, Sajjida Naseem, Adnan Wazir and Taj Mohammad Tarand.It is worth to mention here that the Election Commission has directed the members to submit their statements in assembly secretariat by October 24.