ECP bids farewell to outgoing CEC


Upon completion of three years tenure, a farewell party was held in the honour of outgoing Chief Election Commissioner Justice (r) Hamid Ali Mirza.
The CEC took oath as CEC on March 24, 2009, and he will retire on March 23. Secretary EC Ishtiak Ahmad Khan honored and termed his tenure to be a golden era for the ECP.
Director General Muhammad Afzal Khan praised the achievements made in the last three years and mentioned the remarkable contribution like the introduction of first-ever Strategic Plan-2010-14, preparation of computerised electoral rolls, several consultative meetings with the stakeholders- political parties and civil society organisations laying of the foundation stone of federal election academy, the conduction of a very successful conference of chief election commissioners of SAARC countries, finalization of electronic voting machines, increasing of manpower of ECP and so many other initiatives.
The CEC thanked all the officials and staff for their overwhelming cooperation due to which all the achievements were made possible.