Updated: 24 Oct 2022 01:31 IST
Islamabad [Pakistan]October 24 (API): Electoral Commission of Pakistan is most likely issue it’s detailed decision in case of Toshakhana against Imran Khan on Monday said media reports with reference to sources.
This is after the election commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Friday announced his verdict in case of Toshakhana against former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan disqualifies him from the country’s National Assembly in accordance with 63-1(p) of Constitution, according to Geo TV.
selective body rendered its verdict against Khan for making”false statements and false statements” regarding Toshakhana gifts.
After the decision came on Clashes erupted on Friday between Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers and police. leading to violent turmoil in country. Based on on it, the Islamabad police detained several PTI leaders after the protests began out across the country in wake up of Disqualification of Imran Khan by Electoral Commission of Pakistan (ECP), according to Dawn on Saturday.
Complaint registered against PTI Senator Faisal Javed Khan and six other leaders Amir Kiani, Wasik Qayyum Abbasi, Faisal Javed Khan, Raja Rashid Hafiz, Died Tanvir Butt, Rashid Naseem Abbasi, Raja Majid on “charge of terrorism”.
According to the police, they were leading “illegal assembly” and were informed through a loudspeaker to disperse immediately. According to the FIR, the police received information what possible decision may come against head of PTI Several officers were in Faizabad to maintain law and order and security. in in area. But around 8 p.m. a big PTI rally of about 1000-1200 people began moving towards Fayzabad, carrying rods and sticks.
FIR claimed that these leading in group incited the demonstrators, after which they began to throw stones at the police, the border police (BP) and the administration, as a result of which several policemen were injured.
The demonstrators moved on with “intention kill”. They are made in announcement that they do not pass any law and will reach the election commission of Pakistan in any cost.
The mob attacked the police force, disturbed law and order situation set fire to trees damaged official property wounded police officers and sowed “fear and persecution” among the public, FIR said, citing Dawn.
FIR also requested an appointment of investigator for a business.
Previously on Friday, in Toshahana hearing, Imran Khan counsel Ali Zafar admitted that his client sold at least four gifts he received during 2018-2019.
” gifts were sold for 58 million rupees and their receipts were attached with income tax return filed by my client,” the ECP lawyer informed.
Meanwhile, in In August, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) filed a complaint alleging that Khan had paid for only some items what he took home from “Toshakhany”, but most items what he took from government treasure house were done so without paying for them.
The certificate stated that Khan had not disclosed gifts he took and hid information in his statements, according to Geo news.
As reported, gifts received government should be reported to officials immediately so that their value can be assessed. Only after the assessment has been carried out, the recipient can take the gift if he wants to keep it, after making a certain amount.
These gifts or remain deposited in Toshakhan or can be auctioned, and money purchased with it must be deposited in national coffers.
Last month, former The Prime Minister of Pakistan sold three expensive watch out government treasure house collectively worth more than 154 million Pakistani Rupees (PKR) for local hours dealer, media stated in the reports.
It is reported that Imran Khan earned millions of Rs off this jewelery grade watch gifted him foreign dignitaries, reports The News International. (API)