ECP set to decide Faisal Vawda’s fate today


ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is set to declare on Wednesday (today) its held judgment on petitions looking for exclusion of administering Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI) Senator Faisal Vawda over supposed covering of his double identity at the hour of challenging the National Assembly political race on a Karachi seat in the 2018 general races.

A three-part ECP seat headed by Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sikandar Sultan Raja will likewise hold knowing about the since a long time ago postponed and much-advertised unfamiliar subsidizing body of evidence against the PTI, other than taking up the issue of nearby government races in Islamabad.

The ECP had saved its judgment on petitions looking for Mr Vawda’s preclusion on Dec 23 last year. The ECP seat had during the last hearing allowed Mr Vawda the last opportunity to safeguard himself and clarify his position.

The ECP judgment will come when political temperatures are high in the nation and the resistance groups are preparing for an unequivocal development against the current set-up under the PTI, both inside and outside parliament. Political specialists accept that the ECP judgment would affect the country’s future political situation.

The petitions contended that Mr Vawda was a double public at the hour of documenting his selection papers to challenge the 2018 general political race. Mr Vawda presented his assignment papers to the ECP on June 11, 2018 and had supposedly applied for renunciation of his US identity days after that.

Qadir Khan Mandokhel, Mian Faisal and Mian Asif Mehmood accordingly documented petitions with the ECP, looking for Mr Vawda’s preclusion.

During the last hearing, Barrister Moeed, the guidance for Mr Vawda, had presented the congressperson’s introduction to the world testament to the ECP, expressing that his client was brought into the world in California and was a US resident by birth.

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