Govt declares not to hold parliamentary probe into foreign conspiracy

By: News Desk
Published: 07:15 PM, 23 Apr, 2022
Govt declares not to hold parliamentary probe into foreign conspiracy
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Federal Information Minister Marriyum said the NSC and intelligence agencies have categorically denied any foreign conspiracy so there is no need for parliamentary investigations.

She said the narrative of conspiracy against Imran Khan would also be buried soon and the former premier will face the court.

Federal Minister Marriyum has said Chief Election Commissioner will not resign on the wrong demand of PTI Chairman Imran Khan.

Addressing a press conference in response to the former premier’s demand, she said Imran Khan was demanding to resign from the commissioner to save himself from the decision against him in the foreign funding case.

She said the chief election commissioner is going to give a verdict in the foreign funding case and embezzlement of 7 million dollars from Imran Khan in the next 30 days.

The federal minister said the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has written 28 letters for new delimitation to the PTI government in the last four years but Imran Khan did not take any step in this regard and now telling lies before the nation.

Marriyum said the names of Farah Gujjar, Shehzad Akbar and other corrupt people who were involved in the selling transfers and postings in Punjab and centre and other corruption in the Imran led government will be put in the ECL.

She said the next general elections will not be held before the electoral reforms and formal preparations of the election commission of Pakistan for it.

About the oath of Hamza Shehbaz as CM Punjab, she said President Arif Alvi has received summery but has not released orders to the Senate Chairman as he is suffering from diarrhea. She expressed hope that the President would release the orders of taking oath soon.

She said they were not going to do any legislation on the matter of IMF agreements.

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