The upper house of Pakistan’s Parliament passed a resolution to delay the general election scheduled for February 8 due to security concerns. The resolution was moved by Senator Dilawar Khan, who highlighted the threat of militant attacks and the challenges faced by political parties in ensuring free and fair elections. The resolution aims to uphold constitutional rights to political participation and ensure the safety of politicians and citizens. However, some senators opposed the resolution, questioning the validity of postponing elections and expressing concerns about the worsening security situation. The resolution passed with the support of some senators who emphasized the need to address the rise in terrorism and the safety of citizens in certain regions. The situation is still evolving, and reports may be updated for accuracy and timeliness.
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