MIRPUR (AJK) - The use of loudspeakers on vehicles by the candidates for electioneering for the scheduled June 26 general elections in Azad Jammu & Kashmir has been strictly banned in the light of the code of conduct announced by the AJK elections commission, official sources revealed. Under the proposed code of conduct, no candidate will be allowed to hoist their respective party flags during the elections in the light of the recent directives of the Chief Election Commissioner of Azad Kashmir. The CEC issued the directives after various matters were pointed out by various impending candidates in the recent meeting of District Returning Officer and the District Administration of Mirpur, the sources told The Nation. The District Magistrates of all AJK districts have warned that the vehicle carrying loudspeakers will immediately be impounded. They declared that no candidate will be allowed to use official vehicles while moving for electioneering. The official vehicles found in election campaign at a time will also be confiscated and the concerned official, whom it belongs, will be taken to task besides the action against the candidate concerned. However, loudspeakers could be used for electioneering in the four-walled premises.