Tarar: Imran wants ‘selection’, govt wants election

ISLAMABAD: The minister for law and justice, Azam Nazeer Tarar, stated that former prime minister Imran Khan desired to be “selected” once more while the government sought to hold general elections.

The law minister stated in a statement that all Khan desired was “selection,” while the government desired elections. He emphasized the importance of taking into account legal requirements and transparency when conducting polls.

He wondered how millions of Islamabad residents could lose their voting rights.

The minister stated that Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) was attempting to stoke controversy regarding the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).

“The PTI is making the ECP questionable because of Toshakhana and unfamiliar financing bodies of evidence against Khan,” he asserted.

Tarar was of the opinion that the law and the Constitution both stipulate that a vote must be free, impartial, and open.

He stated that a legal position regarding the delay in holding Islamabad’s local government elections would be presented to the courts.

The surveys were expected in 2021 however the PTI didn’t direct the decisions around then, he said, addressing “why they are making a display now.”

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