PTI spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry on Wednesday demanded of the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) to research the sources of PML-N’s funding.
Addressing a press convention. he alleged that whereas PML-N spent greater than a billion rupees throughout its 2013 election marketing campaign, the social gathering doesn’t have any report of that spending.
Chaudhry additionally raised questions on PML-N’s celebration construction within the nation, saying that the ruling celebration has no registered workplace within the nation and has no document of its funds.
Discussing Election Fee of Pakistan’s (ECP) coverage, the PTI spokesperson stated that each social gathering is required to submit a certificates to the ECP stating that the celebration has not acquired funding from prohibited sources.
Chaudhry insisted that in mild of this rule PML-N’s certificates couldn’t be legitimate as its funds haven’t been completely audited.
“The ECP requires each political celebration to rent a prime-notch audit agency to audit its funds,” he asserted.
Including that, “PML-N didn’t adjust to that rule because it didn’t rent a dependable auditor.”
“The social gathering funds in Balochistan weren’t audited in any respect,” he maintained.
Chaudhry blamed the ECP for violating its personal guidelines by accepting PML-N’s certificates.
He stated the joint investigation workforce (JIT) reported that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had donated Rs10 billion to the social gathering and withdrew Rs6 billion, insisting that Sharif is utilizing the celebration to cover his “black cash”.
Answering a query, Chaudhry stated that Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) will await the ECP to take discover of the irregularities in PML-N’s accounts.
If the ECP fails to try this, PTI will file a petition towards PML-N’s funding, he declared.
Then again, a case over PTI’s alleged overseas funding is at present underway within the ECP.
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