PTI information plea in ECP in search of motion towards CM Murad

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Tuesday approached the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) in search of motion towards Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, ARY Information reported.

The PTI lawmaker Haleem Adil Sheikh has submitted a petition to the ECP requesting to take motion towards the PPP chief for utilizing state equipment within the upcoming by-polls in Ghotki’s NA-205 constituency.

“CM Sindh [Murad Ali Shah] has met Saifullah Dharejo from Ghotki who later introduced to completely assist PPP moreover becoming a member of the political get together,” mentioned a petition submitted by Haleem Adil.

“Election Fee should take discover of this electoral irregularity,” mentioned the legislator.

It’s noteworthy that the ECP had final week issued polling schedule for NA-205-Ghotki-II.

The polling on the seat which fell vacant as a result of dying of Ali Muhammad Mahar, the previous federal minister, can be held on July 18.

Earlier on June 20, the Election Fee of Pakistan had issued a show-cause discover to Prime Minister Imran Khan over enterprise a go to to Ghotki forward of the by-election on NA-205 scheduled for July 18.

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As per the ECP’s code of conduct, it mentioned, the president, the prime minister, chairman and deputy chairman Senate, speaker and deputy speaker of an meeting, members of the Senate or an meeting, federal ministers and advisors to the Prime Minister and different public workplace holders shall not take part in election marketing campaign in any method by any means.

Afterward June 27, a senior chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Dr Babar Awan had met the secretary of the ECP to handover reply on behalf of prime minister.

He mentioned the premier has not violated any code of conduct of the electoral physique, PM Khan visited Ghotki simply to supply his condolence over the unhappy demise of cupboard member Ali Muhammad Mahar.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) believes in rule of legislation, he continued.

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