PML N Demands ECP To Ban Inappropriate Speeches of Imran

PML N Demands ECP To Ban Inappropriate Speeches of Imran

Lahore (July 17, 2018): Former Information Minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb on Tuesday demanded on the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to ban “inappropriate” speeches of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan.

Talking to media in Lahore, Aurangzeb said that Imran has been using the same language since the past five years.

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Commenting on PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif’s arrest in Avenfield case, Marriyum said the former prime minister returned to Pakistan to get arrested not go to Raiwind.

“Nawaz Sharif was not even provided with a bed in jail,” she said.

The PML-N leader said that the party hoped the appealed would also be heard as swiftly “as the [Avenfield] verdict was given”.She also said they will complain ECP about a video showing people removing party banners.

Earlier, talking to media alongside Barrister Zafarullah, Senator Pervaiz Rasheed raised question over the absence of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif from today’s hearing in AC.

Rasheed recalled how Nawaz was summoned, even twice a day to appear in court during the course of the trial since last year.

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Pervaiz Rasheed wondered why Nawaz is being deprived of his legal right to be in court during the hearing against him.

Rasheed called on the court to answer these questions that he claimed are perturbing the people of Pakistan.

In response to a question, the senator said the PML-N government did not undertake such a trial against any politician in its five-year tenure nor has such a trial taken place in the country’s history.Rasheed also highlighted how those who protested against the government roamed scot-free for years despite warrants being out for them by the relevant courts.

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