Chief Election Commissioner Fakruddin G. Ibrahim said on Tuesday that there will not be any new de-limitation of constituencies in Karachi before the elections.

Talking to media persons during to his visit to Karachi to oversee voters’ verification process, Ibrahim said that up till now the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has not faced any law and order situation, adding he has talked to Corp Commander, Karachi and he has assured them that army will support the ECP staff.

Replying to question, CEC said that he is not running away, implying that he will not resign. “I will do whatever necessary to hold elections,” he added.

Chief ECP said that he wants that elections should be held early, adding the ECP will closely work with the future interim government to hold free and fair elections in the country.

“Honest and fair election is the guarantee for our better future,” he asserted.

He said all stake-holders are cooperating with the Election Commission in this regard.

Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim said presently there is no law and order situation in the country.