Punjab govt presents ‘terrorism’ proof to ECP


The caretaker Punjab authorities has offered proof of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) involvement in terrorism to the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC), Sikander Sultan Raja in a bid to declare it a banned organisation, Categorical Information reported.

In response to particulars, the CEC arrived on the Chief Minister Home in Lahore to fulfill Caretaker Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi on Thursday. A high-level briefing session was held underneath their chairmanship. The assembly strongly condemned the terrorist incidents of Might 9 and expressed full solidarity with the Pakistan Military.

Through the assembly, the CEC and members have been offered with stable proof of the involvement within the Might ninth “terrorist” incidents by a political celebration, together with briefings, photos, movies, and messaging proofs.

Talking on the event, Mohsin Naqvi mentioned that on Might 9, a political celebration disgraced the complete nation and carried out deliberate assaults on army installations.

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He mentioned that proof of contacts between attackers and celebration management current in Lahore’s Zaman Park got here to mild by way of geo-fencing. “A grimy recreation was performed within the guise of politics, and the preliminary estimate suggests a lack of Rs600 million to the nationwide exchequer,” he added.

Sultan Raja mentioned that underneath the management of Mohsin Naqvi, the Punjab authorities has taken the most effective and brave steps to guard the individuals within the present state of affairs.

“I’m assured that the Punjab authorities’s crew is fulfiling its tasks with integrity. The aim of the ECP is to conduct free, honest, and peaceable basic elections. We’ve got no affiliation with any political celebration and no political agenda,” he added.

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Through the assembly, the CEC and different ECP members have been briefed concerning the incidents of terrorism that occurred on Might 9. Inspector Common of Police, Dr Usman Anwar, offered particulars of the assaults on Jinnah Home and different army installations to the delegation.

The Extra Chief Secretary on Inside gave a briefing on the damages brought on by the terrorist assaults, stating {that a} whole of 256 violent incidents occurred in a span of three days, including that army installations and areas have been particularly focused.

He mentioned {that a} whole of 108 automobiles and 23 buildings, together with police and different authorities establishments, have been broken. 5 people misplaced their lives within the violent incidents, whereas 127 cops, personnel, and 15 civilians sustained accidents, he added.

The assembly was attended by members of the Election Fee of Pakistan, together with Sindh’s member Nasir Ahmed Durani, Balochistan’s member Shah Mohammad Jatoi, Okay-P’s former Justice (retd) Ikramullah Khan, Punjab’s member Babar Hassan Bharwana, Secretary of the Election Fee of Pakistan, Omar Hamid Khan, Particular Secretary of the Election Fee of Pakistan, Zafar Iqbal Hussain, Provincial Election Commissioner Punjab, Saeed Gul, Chief Secretary, Inspector Common of Police, Extra Chief Secretary, Extra IG Particular Department, Extra Chief Secretary (Inside), Secretary Legislation, Secretary Prosecution, CCO Lahore, and Extra IG CTD.

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