ISLAMABAD The Election Commission of Pakistan has withheld official announcement regarding the bye-election held in PPP-111 Gujrat on Tuesday due to violence and other complaints. The Secretary Election Commission of Pakistan, Ishfaq Ahmed Khan stated this while answering a question during a press briefing about the ECPs 5-Year Strategic Plan (2010-2014) here on Thursday. He said that the ECP had sought explanation from the Punjab Government, as how the unidentified group of people had made their way into a women polling station and harassed the polling staff despite presence of the police and rangers. Ishfaq Kahn explained salient features of the five-year plan aiming at bringing important changes to ensure free, fair and transparent elections in the country. He said the plan envisages set of administrative, legal and constitutional reforms proposed by the ECP including making the term of the Chief Election Commissioner from the existing three years to five years. The Secretary ECP further said that a six-month action plan had been prepared in collaboration with the NADRA to do away discrepancies in the electoral rolls by merging the date base of the two organisations. Answering another question, he said that the ECP had also sought pool of officers in grades 17, 18 and 19 from the Government to discharge duties of returning officers in future. To another question, he said that the ECP was ready to hold upcoming LB polls but in the meantime it was trying to rectify inaccuracies in the existing electoral rolls.