ISLAMABAD -- Former justice Sardar Muhammad Raza, the chief of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), Tuesday (July 24) vowed to hold free and fair elections, Dawn reported.
The chief election commissioner made his remarks in a video message a day before elections scheduled for July 25.
The commission was "trying its best to hold free, fair and unbiased elections", he said.
Raza urged voters to fulfill their duty to vote.
The ECP over the past few days has released multiple notices for voters, poll workers and political parties, explaining the process for polling day.