ISLAMABAD: Pakistani company Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) withdrew the submitted with Supreme Judicial Council (SCJ) against Chief Commissioner for Elections (CEC) Sikandar Raja Sultan, ARY News reports. on Thursday.
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, in a statement stating that the certificate has been submitted against Chief Electoral Commissioner – Was recalled to cover additional legal aspects.
PTI will include demand for revision of ESP verdict in prohibited finance case in link.
Previously in day, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf filed a certificate with Supreme Judicial Council (SCJ) against Chief Commissioner for Elections (CEC) Sikandar Raja Sultan.
PTI leader Babar Awan filed complaint with Supreme Judicial Council seeking removal of chief electoral commissioner on Account of commission of continuous and willful misconduct.”
The exile claimed that Sikandar Raja Sultan violated the election commission. of Code of Pakistan (ECP) of behavior and failed fulfill their constitutional obligations.
The document notes that the delegation of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) met CEC and four other members of ESP in his office “pressure” him to announce the verdict in prohibited funding case.
“It was a consequence of of the meeting that the election commission decided to issue a verdict in a few days, ”the message says.
The code of lead for judges applies to the chief election commissioner, the statement said, adding that the high court judge never discusses pending cases. with any person or institution.
“Sikandar Raja Sultan should be removed from one of the most honorable and sacred constitutional positions,” the appeal says.
Previously on July 29 a government a delegation of of leaders of the Pakistan Democratic Alliance (PDM) and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), met with head of the EKP and demanded announcement of reserved verdict of case of PTI foreign funding.
Read more: PTI for challenge ESP verdict on prohibited finance case
It is pertinent to note here that the Electoral Commission of Pakistan (ECP) announced long-awaited verdict in Pakistan’s case for the prohibition of financing Tehreek-e-Insaf.
ESP bench in his discreet verdict said prohibited funding against PTI has been proven. EKP, in its unanimous verdict held that party received funds from business tycoon Arif Naqvi and from 34 foreign nationals.