PPP writes reservations to CJP Asif Khosa over NA-205 Ghotki election
KARACHI, JUL 13 (DNA) – Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) wrote reservations to Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa over by-election in National Assembly constituency NA-205 Ghotki in a letter saying that nomination papers of PP candidates were harshly scrutinize before getting approved.
Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has already rejected application against the tribunal PP candidates. It further read that local administration and most of the politicians are pressurizing the candidates whereas two operators were forcefully went missing.
The letter continued saying that a first investigation report (FIR) has also been registered in order to forge documents against PP candidates.
Letter further stated that detailed arguments were also presented thrice in the hearing of application against PP candidates.
PPP asserted in the letter that the rather than giving the verdict, it was reserved until the by-election days. The safe verdict won’t be eligible to challenge in the Supreme Court due to lack of time as hearing takes place just before the election days, letter read.
Based on the judicial verdict, the elections can also be delayed which we do not wish to do but not only local administration and politicians but other institutions are also pressurizing the candidates, PPP expressed.
On the other hand, PPP leader Saeed Ghani expressed that PPP co-chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari exposed the rigging in NA-205 Ghotki. Firdous Ashiq Awan’s own future has become dark as she can’t distort the truth anymore, he added.
He further asserted that they have solid evidence revealing the interferences happening in by-elections. “Firdaus Ashiq Awan should find another job as Prime Minister Imran Khan’s boat is sinking now,” he added.=DNA
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