The National Command Operations Center (NCOC) has recommended a two-month delay in the Azad Kashmir elections to curb the proliferation code, 24 News News HD TV reported.
The NCOC wrote a letter to the head of the Azad Jammu Party Election Commission recommending a two-month delay in the elections. The letter said the election could lead to the spread of the corona virus.
The NCOC said only one million people could be vaccinated by the end of the year. It said the rate of coronavirus outbreak in Azad Kashmir was already high, so the July elections could spread the issue. He suggested a two-month delay so that more people could be vaccinated.
A few days ago, Azad Jammu Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider had said that despite the epidemic, elections should be held in Azad Kashmir as well as in Pakistan and by-elections could not be postponed. Addressing a press conference in Muzaffarabad, the Azad Kashmir Prime Minister said that Pakistan and India should not violate the 1957 resolution on Kashmir issue.
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