We will ensure free & fair elections, says caretaker PM
Caretaker government would function in limited time frame only to ensure election process.
KARACHI Aug: Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar on Tuesday reiterated that the interim government would ensure holding of the upcoming general elections in the most transparent and impartial manner.
Talking to media after visiting Mazar-e-Quaid to pay tribute and offer Fateha, the prime minister said the caretaker government would function in the limited time frame only to ensure the election process.
They would play their part in this regard by holding transparent and impartial polls, so that Pakistan could move through its constitutional transitional period, he added.
Mr Kakar was accompanied by Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tissori, Caretaker Chief Minister Justice (Retired) Maqbool Baqir and the members of his cabinet. It was the maiden visit of the caretaker prime minister to Karachi after assuming his office.
The prime minister said that he along with his few cabinet members came here to pay homage to Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and reaffirm to work for the progress and prosperity of the country by highlighting the social contract under which a separate state came into being.
Referring to an address of the founder of the nation on August 11, 1947 before the Constituent Assembly, he said it focused on rights of the minorities and equality among individuals.
Mr Kakar expressed the optimism that the people of the country would excel in different fields on the basis of their talents and it was the future of the country.