Election Commission demands explanation over 27,000 plots’ distribution in Sindh



  • http://www.samaa.tv/newsdetail.aspx?ID=61880&CID=1

    Wednesday, February 20, 2013

    Staff Report

    ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has taken notice of 27,000 plots’ distribution in Sindh and demanded explanation from the Chief Secretary of the province, SAMAA reports.

    Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) mailed a letter to the ECP and complaint that the PPP is distributing 27,000 plots in its Sindh workers and it is an act of pre-poll rigging.

    The Election Commission took notice over the PTI complaint and demanded an explanation from Chief Secretary of Sindh over plots’ distribution.

    An application of the Law Ministry to allow issuance of 250 million rupees’ funds to Bar Council has been also rejected by the ECP.

    The ECP has banned issuance of funds till March 16. SAMAA



  • Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) mailed a letter to the ECP and complaint that the PPP is distributing 27,000 plots in its Sindh workers and it is an act of pre-poll rigging.

    So PMLN members crying like babies - "Why PTI thrashes PMLN only" - should now know that PTI is the only party genuinely struggling against both corrupt status quo parties.



  • The shameless so called opposition of PMLN is nowhere to be seen.

    Deadly silence on Pre poll rigging, deadly silence on Zardari's newest mansion in Lahore and finally deadly silence on Hazara Genocide by Lashkar-e-Jhangvi



  • ^^^Bro, how can they talk about pre-poll rigging? They are the ones who are in it too.

    That's been the main problem of Pakistan - lack of any opposition in the last 5 years.



  • Why didn't PMLN raise the issue of Zardari's 5 billion rupees house in Bahria Town?

    Down with friendly opposition!



  • Good work by EC

    Now they are getting some strength after the agitation by opposition parties

    Thanks God nexus of evil Padri Tafoo and Imran did not succeed to harm this EC



  • The hue and cry over this issue is a bit exaggerated. The federal and provincial governments possess the same authority to govern on the final day as they did on day one. There is nothing in the constitution that bars governments from running their affairs during the last two, or three, or even six months.

    If they are doing something illegal then that act must be challenged in courts not in EC. Plus, the next government can always overturn decisions made during final days of the previous governments.

    But, it's a good pressure tactic by the opposition.