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Park court dismissed Imran Khan’s lawsuit plea against election commission’s decision to challenge

October 24, 2022 3:05 pm IST

Islamabad [Pakistan]Oct 24 (ANI): Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday declined in plea of Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) head Imran Khan suspended decision of election Committee of Pakistan (ECP) disqualified him in link to Toshahan.
Calling the practice “corrupt,” the election observer disqualified the head of the PTI. in Toshakhan’s certificate, which states that he committed a corrupt practice by doing “false statements,” ARY News reports.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Athar Minallah heard the case of Imran Khan. plea on on Monday and, rejecting it, ordered the PTI chairman clear reservations made on in plea in three days. Barrister Ali Zafar attended the hearing. on on behalf of of Imran Khan.
As reported, gifts received government officials should be informed 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 remain deposited in Toshakhana, department at the cabinet division which supports record of precious gifts.
Recently the Electoral Commission of Pakistan (EKP), in his verdict in the Toshahana case disqualified Pakistani leader Tehreek-e-Insaf and former Prime Minister Imran Khan and ruled that he did not more member of National Assembly.
ECP stated that Imran Khan presented false affidavit and was found involved in corrupt practices.
Previously on September 19 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. However, 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. (API)

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