ISLAMABAD – Chaudhary Nisar Ali -Interior Minister Of Pakistan – assured that government will establish a free Judicial Commission to investigate poll fraud, PakistanTribe received televised reports.
said that government will establish a judicial commission shortly which will be acceptable for all parties.
He said that even government want to figure out if there is any fraud in polls. he further said that government is against the fraud in polls and soon a judicial commission will be established.
He also telephonic talked to Qari Hanif Jalindhary – Chairman Wifaq Ul Madaras Multan – and assured him that there will not be any problem for Madrassas due to the new authority given to Pakistan Military. Further he said about the judicial commission that the decision of judicial commission will be final.
Earlier today Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf chairman Imran Khan had said that war against terrorism as it is the future of our nation but Strong democracy is also necessary for future of Pakistan and said that they agreed on establishment of Military Courts as it was only option that time and cooperated with government but Government is not serous in establishing the judicial commission.
PTI Chairman was again angry on the government and showed his anger about non establishing of Judicial commission. He said that he will come again on the roads as there will be no option for him also.
He also said that we have never created hurdle in government’s war against terrorism as it is the future of our nation but government should have shown maturity in establishing the the judicial commission.
Talking about the poll fraud he added that counting was not the issue in NA 122 but the issue was fakes of votes. He referred the laws of election commission of Pakistan rules and said that as per rules more tan 30,000 votes are fake.
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