Islamabad: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) issued another notice to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday for violating the electoral code of conduct, reports The Express Tribune.
According to the report, Khan violated the code of conduct during the second phase of local body elections in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) – scheduled to be held on March 31.
The notice, issued by the district monitoring officer (DMO) Mansehra, asks the Prime Minister to appear in person or through his counsel on March 28 at 11 am. This is the third notice issued by the ECP to PM Imran, reports The Express Tribune. T
he commission, on March 23, imposed a fine of Rs 50,000 on the prime minister for addressing a rally in Swat on March 16. The ECP, a day before the rally, had barred Imran from visiting Swat.
According to the new ECP code of conduct, no public office holder can visit districts where elections are being held or scheduled for in the near future.