Siraj calls for ECP’s administrative, financial autonomy

ISLAMABAD: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) chief  Siraj-ul-Haq on Monday said that Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) should be given administrative and financial  autonomy. 
Talking to reporters after meeting with Chief Election Commissioner (CEC), Justice Sardar Raza, Siraj said that ECP should ensure the implementation of election code of conduct particularly related to electioneering campaign expenses. 
 Siraj-ul-Haq chief called upon Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to oversee intra-party elections of political parties in future
,On this occasion, he also has called upon supporters of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) to disassociate themselves from anti-army remarks of their leader Altaf Hussain, Samaa reported Monday.
The London-based MQM supremo made objectionable remarks on Saturday against the armed forces and called for deployment of the UN and the NATO troops in Karachi.
“Altaf Hussain is a confused person who is in depression. He has put even his own workers in trouble through his recent remarks. They must clarify their position and disown his speech that is dangerous for the country and its future,” the JI chief said.



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