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    The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has announced May 14 as the new date for the crucial Punjab polls. The elections were previously scheduled for April 8, but were postponed due to the death of a candidate from the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). The Punjab province is considered to be the stronghold of PML-N, and these elections are crucial for the party’s political future in the country. The announcement of the new date has been welcomed by all political parties, and preparations for the polls are now in full swing.

    The Punjab province is the largest and most populous province in Pakistan, and has traditionally been a stronghold of PML-N. The party has won every election in the province since 1985, and its leader, Nawaz Sharif, has served as the Chief Minister of Punjab three times. However, the party is facing tough competition from the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, which has been gaining popularity in the province. The upcoming elections will be a test of PML-N’s popularity in the province, and will determine whether it can retain its hold on power.

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    The announcement of the new date for the Punjab polls has been welcomed by all political parties, who have started preparations for the elections. The ECP has assured that it will ensure free and fair elections, and has taken several measures to ensure transparency in the electoral process. The use of electronic voting machines (EVMs) is being considered for the first time in Pakistan, and the ECP has also announced strict measures to prevent rigging and other electoral malpractices. The upcoming Punjab polls are expected to be closely contested, and will have a significant impact on the political landscape of Pakistan.

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