ECP serves notices to 'biased' caretaker ministers, advisers.

ISLAMABAD -- The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Monday declared petitions against caretaker ministers and advisers as maintainable, media reported.

The ECP had reserved verdict on petitions against federal ministers and advisers over their political associations.

The election commission has issued notices to Federal Minister for Privatization Fawad Hassan Fawad, Adviser Ahad Cheema and Principal Secretary to the PM Tauqeer Shah.

The ECP while serving notices to the parties, has fixed hearing of the matter on October 26.

Petitioner, Advocate Azizuddin Kakakhel had filed an application in the election commission, which had reserved its decision on it on October 10.

Earlier in July, the ECP had asked caretaker chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to remove ministers who are involved in politics.

The Secretary ECP in a letter to the caretaker CM sought the removal of caretaker ministers, advisers...

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