Friday, September 8, 2023

    Government does not seem in election mood, says Sheikh Rashid Ahmed

    LAHORE – AML chairman Sheikh Rashid Ahmad said it seemed that the govt was not in the mood of holding elections.

    In a series of tweets, the former interior minister welcomed the announcement of schedule for polls in Punjab by the ECP & hoped that they would not be delayed further. He said the govt could face contempt of court proceedings by delaying the elections as the SC had ruled polls must be held within 90-days of the dissolution of the assemblies.

    He also hit out at KP Governor Ghulam Ali for not implementing the court orders, adding that the delaying tactics were being used under a conspiracy. He claimed that political decisions would now be taken in courts in coming days.

    The govt was only running after its vested interests instead of bringing political & economic stability in the country. He also lashed out at the interim government, saying it was only responsible for holding elections but it imposed Section 144 the day election schedule was announced.

    Mr Sheikh said one worker of the PTI(Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf) was died during Lahore rally, adding that attempt to suppress the Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf proved damaging for the government.

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