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PDM to collectively compete in by-polls, Ahsan Iqbal pronounces

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PML-N secretary-general Ahsan Iqbal chatting with media in Lahore, on January 09, 2021. — YouTubePakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), an 11-party Opposition alliance, will collectively compete within the by-polls, PML-N secretary-general Ahsan Iqbal on introduced on Saturday.Speaking to media in Lahore, Iqbal hoped that the PDM’s member events would supply “complete support” throughout by-elections on seats that have been received by the PML-N.”We have decided not to field a candidate in Sindh for by-elections on seats that were won by the PPP,” he added.Just a few days earlier, the leaders of the 11-party alliance had introduced that events which might be part of the PDM would participate within the by-polls, however a choice associated to the Senate elections will probably be taken later.’Goal is clear elections, not resignations’Meanwhile, PML-N chief Khurram Dastagir, chatting with the media stated that the occasion held a gathering at present to debate the upcoming by-elections.”The resignations will be given after the Senate elections,” he stated, including that they are going to be submitted at a time when the occasion considers the Parliament not useful.Dastagir, clarifying the Opposition’s stance, stated that their purpose was to carry clear elections, not submit resignations.However, he stated that the Opposition wouldn’t again down from resigning. “These are the milestones to reach our goal and we will devise our strategy according to the situation at the time.”The improvement comes solely days earlier than the by-polls are set to happen on two National Assembly and 5 provincial assemblies’ seats.By-polls for Sindh Assembly’s PS-43 (Sanghar III) and PS-88 (Malir II) and Balochistan Assembly’s PB-20 (Pishin III) will probably be held on February 16, 2021, whereas the voters in NA-45 (Kurram I) and NA-75 (Sialkot IV) and Punjab Assembly’s PP-51 (Gujranwala I) and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly’s PK-63 (Nowshera III) will elect their representatives on February 19, 2021.Schedule for Sindh and Balochistan assemblies:December 22: Public discover to be issued by the Returning OfficerDecember 23 to 28: Filing of nomination papersDecember 29: Publication of names of nominated candidatesJanuary 4, 2021: Last date for scrutiny of the nomination papers by ROJanuary 8, 2021: Last date for submitting of appeals in opposition to RO selectionsJanuary 14, 2021: Last date for deciding appeals by the Appellate TribunalJanuary 15, 2021: Publication of revised listing of candidatesJanuary 16, 2021: Last date for withdrawal of candidature and publication of revised listing of candidatesJanuary 17, 2021: Allotment of election imageFebruary 16, 2021: Polling dayThe notifications issued by the Election Commission of Pakistan for the by-polls. — ECP through The News/FileSchedule for NA, Punjab and KP seats:December 24: Public discover to be issued by the Returning OfficerDecember 25 to 20: Filing of nomination papersDecember 31: Publication of names of nominated candidatesJanuary 6, 2021: Last date for scrutiny of the nomination papers by ROJanuary 11, 2021: Last date for submitting of appeals in opposition to RO selectionsJanuary 18, 2021: Last date for deciding appeals by the Appellate TribunalJanuary 19, 2021: Publication of revised listing of candidatesJanuary 20, 2021: Last date for withdrawal of candidature and publication of revised listing of candidatesJanuary 21, 2021: Allotment of election imageFebruary 19, 2021: Polling day

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