The Election Commission of Pakistan has summoned an important meeting on Friday to discuss the alleged use of money and horse-trading in the recent Senate elections.
ISLAMABAD: In a crucial meeting called to devise a security plan for the election day, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday finalized foolproof security arrangements and decided to conduct July 25 elections in the supervision of army. ECP officials announced that along with army, the assistance of rangers will also be sought during the polls. Chief Election Commissioner Sardar Muhammad Raza was chairing the meeting. The director general military operations, the defence secretary and the newly appointed…