ISLAMABAD - The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will continue its proceedings and decisions without taking any pressure.
According to an ECP spokesperson, the Election Commission was a constitutional body and all decisions were made in the light of constitution and law. Contrary to the intentional and malicious facts, he added, some people were giving the impression that decisions in the Election Commission were being taken individually.
“This is completely wrong and absurd. In fact, all the decisions taken from January 2020 to date, whether the Commission consisted of five esteemed members or three esteemed members, all decisions were taken by consensus and not a single decision in which there is any dissenting note. There is no dissenting note,” he added.
Moreover, there was full coordination between the chairman and the members and in the best interest of the country, under the Constitution and the law and in accordance with the oath, the spokespersons said.
OGRA advises CSs to facilitate tourists, ensure smooth fuel supply
The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) on Thursday advised chief secretaries for taking appropriate measures in their respective provinces to manage tourists and traffic as per parking capacity especially in hilly areas, avoiding any shortage of essential commodities including fuel during the Eid holidays.
”The chief secretaries of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have been asked to depute DCOs (district coordination officers) concerned to manage the affairs in order to avoid any untoward incident,” OGRA spokesman Imran Ghaznavi said in a brief press statement.
H said the Authority had also advised all the Oil Marketing Companies to maximize their supplies towards the north aimed at ensuring a smooth and uninterrupted supply chain in the main consumption areas.
Ghaznavi said OGRA enforcement teams had also been directed to inspect and verify stocks at depots and monitor the fuel supply situation closely.