Election Commission questions the status of Imran Khan’s party regarding organizational elections and structure.

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Questioning the status of jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party, the Election Commission of Pakistan has claimed that the party has not conducted elections properly for five years and has no organizational structure. The Chief Election Commissioner and a five-member bench of the Commission have taken cognizance of the matter.

Islamabad. The Election Commission of Pakistan has questioned the status of jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party, claiming that the party has not conducted elections properly for five years and has no organizational structure. A five-member bench of the Election Commission headed by Chief Election Commissioner of Pakistan Sikandar Sultan Raja on Tuesday took cognizance of the fact that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had decided to hold fresh internal elections of the party following the directions of the Supreme Court and the Commission. But there is a need for clarification on election related objections.

Commission Director General (Political Finance) Masood Akhtar has informed the party and did not give further details. The objections regarding the appointment of the party president and its general body meeting were later shared with the respondents, Dawn News reported. The document shared with the Khan-led PTI party has raised questions over the party’s status. According to this, elections have not been held in the party for five years, it has no organizational structure and does not even have an election symbol.

Disclaimer: CricketInFocus has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.



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