The Election Commission has ordered the formation of a committee by declaring the decision of the foreign funding case of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Under the chairmanship of the Chief Election Commissioner on Monday, the five-member commission heard the foreign funding case against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). During the hearing, Muttahida Qaumi Movement lawyer Amur Mansoor was not present, however, instead of him, PTI’s Finance Secretary Sardar Azhar Elect Commissioner Akbar S. Babar was also present during the hearing. The Election Commission has made PTI’s foreign funding.
The decision was made to form a committee by deciding the decision of the case, which will submit the report to a report commission in a month after the investigation of PTI’s foreign funding in one month. The 3-member committee formed by the commission The Director General of the Election Commission of India (ECC) will do the rules, but the names of other members of the committee will be announced later. Both parties and their lawyers will be present before the committee, where they will present all the evidence and documents before the committee.
The committee will examine the documents in the presence of lawyers and parties. The Election Commission has rejected both sides Talking to the committee set up for the National Funding for the Investigation of Investigation, it was ordered to be presented on March 19. Talking to Media Representatives outside the Election Commission, PTI’s former founder Akbar S. Babar said that in the Election Commission There was a major breakthrough on the Foreign Funding case.
He said that PT I will not go to the High Court against this order because the attitude of the Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) has been being followed by the court order order for every order against him. Akbar S. Babar said that the rest of the political parties The same method of investigation of accounts will be adopted. He said that in the Senate elections, PTI Chairman Imran Khan had acknowledged that he had planted Rs 80 billion from one billion rupees.
Even though Akbar Akbar In November 2014, the petition filed against the Election Commission of Pakistan (TTP) was filed in the Election Commission. During the hearing on 8 February, the applicant Akbar S. Babar’s lawyer raised the point of view on the delay in PTI that the ECP has many solid evidence that the PTI collect funds from abroad and Not presented in front of the commission, therefore issuing noticeable notice to PTI should be released