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Election 2018: Bureaucracy reshuffling for free and fair elections?

Election 2018: Bureaucracy reshuffling for free and fair elections?

(WebDesk) – Free and fair elections are part of a democratic setup. Similarly necessary reshuffling in bureaucracy will give an edge to every stakeholder who is willing to hold unbiased elections. Political parties throughout the history of Pakistan have raised doubts on various bureaucrats and wanted to reshuffle them before elections. Even at this time, the same practice is going on without interlude.

In this regard, Chief of Intelligence Bureau Dr Muhammad Suleman Khan, who is an office of 22-grade from Administrative Service of Pakistan, has been made the coordinator of the National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA). Muhammad Saleem has been appointed to the post of Chairman of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) by the acting government. Arshad Mirza, who was information secretary, has been posted as educational secretary. On the other side, the federal government has taken the services of 18 police officers from the Punjab.

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