PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto musters assist in Kotli forward of Kashmir elections

PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Sunday continued to marketing campaign for his get together, galvanising assist for the get together forward of the polls. Chatting with Geo Information Sunday, the PPP chief lashed out at Prime Minister Imran Khan, saying that he had at all times criticised his coverage for Kashmir and his angle in direction of the area.

The Azad Kashmir polls might be held on July 25. There’s a clear distinction between the angle of Imran Khan and the prime ministers earlier than him,” he stated.

Bilawal stated that if the PTI believed its power lay in the truth that it was in energy on the Centre, then he believed the PPP was his power I’ve full religion within the PPP candidates (of Azad Kashmir). They’ll stand by us,” he added. “We imagine in our get together‘s power and that our candidates have what it takes to kind PPP’s authorities in Kashmir.”

AJK legislative meeting elections The 11th Normal Elections of Azad Jammu and Kashmir might be held on July 25, the area‘s election fee had introduced earlier this month.In response to the schedule introduced by Chief Election Commissioner retired Justice Abdul Rasheed Sulehria, the nomination papers might be filed by the candidates earlier than the returning officers on or earlier than June 6 up until 4pm whereas the scrutiny of nomination papers might be carried out the very subsequent day am onwards and the lists of validly nominated candidates might be publicised on the identical day.

The final date for submitting appeals earlier than the election fee towards the acceptance or rejection of nomination papers by returning officers has been fastened for June 27 earlier than 2pm, whereas the listening to of appeals might be carried out from June 28 to 29, with the selections introduced on June 30 and July 1.

Dated 24-06-2021

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