Wednesday, May 23, 2018

PTI rejects three female sales allegations of women's vote

PTI rejects three female sales allegations of women's vote
PESHAWAR: Three members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly said on Friday that they are accused of selling votes in the Senate elections.

Speaking at a press conference, Nigina Khan, Naseem Hayat and Nargas Ali had sworn by the Qur'an that they did not sell their votes.

Lawmakers said that the President of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (Imran Khan), Imran Khan has threatened to take legal action against him and against him if he does not apologize within 15 days.

He said that they would pray to Allah to humiliate those who nominated them and were misled.

Lawmakers said they were assured 10 days ago that no action has been taken and that move can be taken as a prevention process.

He said only legislation, which could expose Prime Minister Pervez Khattak's troubles, was the target of the party's president. The MPA said that the leaders of the party were making a great demand for justice, but they attacked them on the opportunity to clear their position.

Women said that the cases have been done on the forms of Benegal and Nowshera whereas charges are being made against MPA.

He asked that this action was done against 10 members when the PTI party chief alleged that 20 lawmakers involved in horse trade.

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