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Solution in CoC violation reserved: ECP announces verdict in The Toshakhana case today

ISLAMABAD: Electoral Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday reserved his verdicts in violation of electoral code of handle (CoC) case while pronouncing verdict already restrained in Information about the disqualification of Toshakhany against former prime minister Imran Khan on Friday (today) at 14:00.

Former prime minister violated the electoral code during a by-election campaign in Charsadda in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

A three-man bench ECP, headed by Chief Electoral Commissioner (CEC) Sikandar Sultan Raja, heard the case.

Barrister Gohar representing PTI Chairman in on the case, said that the head of the CP had been issued a recommendation minister and provincial cabinet ministers on non-participation in election rallies. “But such recommendations were not given to Imran,” he explained.

He also said that there was an accusation against his client he wasted money from national Treasury Department on in campaign. “But truth of the point is that he is not spend a penny from the Treasury,” he said.

During the hearing, the CEC asked where in The constitution says that a person who was already member of The National Assembly (MNA) can again competition for Seat AN.

Speaking to PTI attorney Barrister Gohar, he asked where the resignation letters were. of those 150 MNAs that the PTI chairman always referred to in his speeches. “Bring those 150 resignations; we will accept them right now,” he said.

The barrister replied that the rest of the resignations were with in secretary National Assembly and they were not sent to the ECP.

The Special Secretary of the ETUC stated that former prime minister had the right to keep public meetings, as no recommendations were made to him.


ESP will issue its verdict in filed a link to the disqualification of Toshakhana against former prime minister Imran Khan on Friday (today) at 14:00.

According to the notice issued on On Thursday, the ECP ordered all relevant parties or their advisers to appear before an election observer in their secretariat. in Islamabad.

ESP reserved its verdict in happening on September 19th. Help filed against PTI Chairman from coalition government, for “do not share details” of Toshakhan gifts and proceeds from their proposed sale.

Established in 1974, Toshakhana – administrative department. of department of the Cabinet of Ministers and stores precious gifts given to rulers, parliamentarians, bureaucrats and officials by the heads of other governments and states and foreign dignitaries.

According to Toshahana rules, gifts/gifts and other materials received by persons to whom these rules the application must be reported to a department of the Cabinet of Ministers.

However, PTI, while in government didn’t want to reveal details of in gifts presented to Imran Khan as he suggested office in 2018 claiming it would jeopardize international communications, even though he was ordered to do so by the Pakistan Information Commission (PIC).

On August 4, lawmakers from the Pakistan Democracy Movement, which is part of of ruling alliance – submitted a link for removal of the head of the PTI from public office under articles 62 and 63 of Constitution over his indecision share details of Toshakhan gifts.

They submitted an appeal to the Speaker of the National Assembly who subsequently forwarded it to the Chief Electoral Commissioner (CEC) Sikander Sultan Raja. for further action, future action.

On hearing on On August 29, the ECP demanded a written reply from Imran by 8 September. replyPTI chief admitted to selling at least four gifts he received during his tenure prime minister of Pakistan.

former premier, in his reply claimed that the sale of in gifts which he purchased from the public treasury after paying 21.56 million rupees, brought in about 58 million rupees. One of in gifts included Graff watch, pair of cufflinks, expensive pen and ring, and the other three gifts four Rolex watches included.

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