The Lahore High Court (LHC) has ordered the Pakistan Electoral Commission (ECC) to maintain the success of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Farrukh Habib in Pakistan, and win from Faisalabad’s NA-108 . Despite the smallest regulatory body.
Judge Shahid Karim released a petition against rival Habib’s victory by rival PML-N leader Abid Sher Ali.
After the refining officer Shakeel Ahmad issued a notice on Friday, Ali contacted the Lahore High Court today. According to reports, the leader of PML-N has lost the investigation from 1,201 votes, and only 10 votes won in this game.
In his application, Ali claims to have prepared a copy of the 45 box to ensure that the PTI candidate wins from NA-108.
He claimed that the party’s voting agent was dismissed at the time of counting and asked the court to mention the second reference in the electoral circle.
He asked the court that Habib’s success should be reported as long as the petitioner was not ruled.
After hearing all the arguments, Judge Karim instructed the ECP to retain the notice. The court has issued a notice to the committee and other parties requesting its opinion until August 7.
The success of the PML-N candidate has stopped
Similarly, the LHC judge also instructed the ECP to maintain a victory notice for PML-N candidate Hamid Hameed, who won the N-90 lap from Sargodha.
Dr. Nadia Aziz of PTI presented a petition against Hameed’s victory with 8,000 votes.
He emphasized on the request that counting in polling stations in the said constituency has been misconducted and RO refused his request for a reverse.
She asked the court to issue a renewed order and resend it to prevent the success of its candidate.
Judge Karim ordered the ECC to continue to inform Commissioner, R.O, other parties were instructed to respond to their notice on August 7.