ECP reserves judgment in NA-122 transfer of votes case | Pakistan Today

ECP reserves judgment in NA-122 transfer of votes case

Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has reserved judgment in the case of transfer of votes in NA-122 which will be announced on February, 1.

A four-member bench of the Election Commission headed by Chief Election commissioner Sardar Raza Khan took up for hearing a petition filed by PTI leader Aleem Khan in connection with shifting of votes from NA-122.

ECP had imposed a ban on the entry of media during the hearing of the case.

Talking to media men outside the election commission, PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the election commission was not providing them information on rigging which was against the constitution. “We want Election Commission to become an independent institution”, he added.

Condemning the ban on media’s entry in the election commission’s hearing, he said that such a ban reflected the dictatorial mindset. Election commission must not do this, he added.



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  1. Disgusting said:

    Actually EC is waiting for Nawaz Sharif to return. Because he seems to be the Patron of ECP just like PCB.So his approval becomes ‘mandatory’.

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