Arrangements finalized to install CCTV cams at polling stations in Sindh
KARACHI: The Election Commission of Pakistan has reviewed arrangements being made by the provincial government to ensure implementation of code of conduct for the general elections 2018 and maintaining law and order in the province.
ECP Secretary Babar Yaqoob Fateh Mohammad held a meeting with Sindh Chief Secretary Azam Suleman Khan and reviewed all the arrangements including provision of water, sewerage system, electricity and installation of closed-circuit television cameras at polling stations.
The senior ECP official expressed satisfaction on the implementation of code of conduct and arrangements made as compared to other provinces.
In the meeting, which was attended by Provincial Election Commissioner (Sindh) Mohammad Yousuf Khan Khattak, IGP Sindh Amjad Saleemi, home secretary Haroon Ahmad Khan, services secretary Riazuddin Qureshi, Karachi Commissioner Mohammad Saleh Farooqui, AIG Police Mushtaq Mahar and other senior officers concerned, a briefing was given on the steps being taken for holding free and fair elections and for implementation of the code of conduct.
The chief secretary stated that all-out efforts were being made to ensure fair, free and transparent elections in Sindh and foolproof security arrangements had been finalised till the completion of election process.
Intelligence committees on provincial, divisional and district levels have been constituted to monitor and resolve the day-to-day issues to this effect.