President Tehreek-e-Insaf Karachi Pakistan and MPA Khurram Sherzaman said on Saturday that disagreement was found in democratic parties, and all members of the PTI Sindh Assembly stood by Prime Minister Imran Khan’s decision and supported the candidate nominated in the Senate elections.
Together with PTI Senate candidates, Saifullah Abro, MPA PTI Karachi gave a speech at a press conference at the Karachi Press Club.
Sherzaman said the PTI MPA would support Abro and Faisal Vawda of Sindh, and, by showing unity, would thwart the “dirty business of buying and selling” the vote of the Pakistan People’s Party.
The PPP government in Sindh has taken revenge on PTI and put pressure on the MPA mainly because they did not sell their votes, he said.
Meanwhile, PTI center leader and National Assembly Member Aftab Siddiqui asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to discuss the political situation in the country and Karachi’s Transformation Plan.
At a meeting held at the Prime Minister’s Secretariat, Siddiqui also briefed Prime Minister Imran Khan in detail on the ongoing development work in his state-funded NA-247 constituency, including the Sindh government’s poor performance.
Siddiqui said Prime Minister Khan had a special focus on developing Karachi. Other important issues were discussed with the PM, he added.
He thanked the prime minister for the steps being taken by the federal government for the development of Karachi.
The nominations of the two PTI Senate candidates from Sindh have been challenged in court.
After Abro’s nomination documents were approved by the returning officer, the appeals court disqualified him. However, the Sindh High Court (SHC) on Thursday returned the order of the returning officer in connection with the receipt of Abro’s nomination letter and directed the Election Commission to include the name of the PTI candidate on Sindh’s final list of Senate poll candidates on technocrats. chair.
Vawda’s candidacy was also challenged. The SHC on Friday issued a notification to the Election Commission and Vawda of an appeal against acceptance of its nomination documents for the upcoming Senate elections.
Petitioner Qadir Khan Mandokhel conveyed in the petition that the receipt of Vawda’s nomination letter was legally bad and had been endorsed by a returning officer without proper appreciation of the facts and the law.
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