PTI to maneuver LHC searching for ineligibility of 19 candidates: Fawad Chaudhry

Fawad Chaudhry says they may transfer the Lahore Excessive Court docket searching for the ineligibility of the 19 candidates. —  PID/file 

ISLAMABAD: PTI senior chief Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday introduced that they might transfer the Lahore Excessive Court docket searching for the ineligibility of the 19 candidates who had been de-notified by the ECP over casting votes for PML-N’s Hamza Shahbaz towards their get together line within the Punjab chief minister’s election on Could 23.

Referring to Article 63 of the Structure, Fawad stated that the candidates should not certified for contesting the elections, including that the PTI would file a petition within the LHC on this regard on Friday (tomorrow). 

“Aleem Khan is just not contesting the by-election, therefore, we might not file a petition towards him,” he added.

Fawad went on to say that the PML-N’s staff should not able to forged their votes for turncoats and claimed that the alliance of the PTI and PML-Q will win all of the 20 seats through the upcoming by-elections within the province.

“Hamza Shahbaz’s authorities is a visitor of 10 days,” he stated, including that PML-N has misplaced the bulk after the addition of 5 extra PTI members within the Home.

“After July 22, PTI will likely be ruing in Punjab,” he added.

Lashing out on the PML-N, Fawad stated that the court docket ought to take discover of the photo voltaic scandal. He stated that PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s pilots had been receiving threatening calls from unknown numbers, and urged the authorities to take discover of it. 

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