The official schedule of PTI intra party elections has been released.
The Tehreek-e-Insaf Federal Election Commissioner Rauf Hassan released the Schedule of intra-party elections. PTI intra party elections will be held on Feb 5.
All registered members of PTI can vote in the reserved seats in favor of the panel or chairman candidate of their choice.
Party members can also vote via the ‘Raabta Application Intra Party Election Module’. All members enrolled by January 31 will be eligible to vote.
The details of all the panels participating in the intra-party election will be available on PTI’s official website and contact application.
The detailed procedure for election is explained in the Election Rules, 2020, which is available on the website and the Raabta app.
The polling time will be from 10 am to 4 pm on Monday, February 5. Election venues and the date of the Appellate Tribunal will be announced on February 1.
Nomination papers can be obtained from PTI central secretariat or website from February 1 to 2. The deadline for submitting nomination papers is February 2 at 10 pm.
Candidates will be able to submit their nomination papers through central and provincial secretariats and digitally through email as well.
Scrutiny of nomination papers of intra-party election candidates will take place on February 3. If the nomination papers are denied, the deadline to lodge objections is February 3 at 10 pm.
The party will publish the lists of all the final panels participating in the intra-party election on the website on February 4 at 4 pm.
The party will officially announce the results of the intra-party election on Tuesday, February 6.
It’s worth noting that after the sentencing of the PTI founder yesterday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) revealed its plan C for the election.
PTI has decided to conduct party elections within a week. Rauf Hasan has been appointed as the Federal Chief Election Commissioner of Tehreek-e-Insaf in this regard.
Chief organizer PTI Umar Ayub has issued a notification regarding Rauf Hassan.
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