PTI tried to influence EC to Prevent it from deciding foreign Financing case on merit: Ahsan Iqbal

(Karachi) PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal has said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf attempted to affect the Election Commission so that it couldn’t decide foreign financing case on merit.

He said that Imran Khan and his party dedicated the worst corruption as they are not presenting signs of party financing. He mentioned that the PTI failed to declare 23 accounts at the Election Commission where transactions worth millions of dollars were made.

He said the advisor to prime minister accused the PML-N of affecting the overseas funding case. “We have been demanding for the past five years to determine on the overseas financing case,” he said.Iqbal said the PTI authorities had been maintaining the nation in dark regarding the market and has contributed it to the verge of destruction.

The PML-N leader remarked,”If you want to maintain secrecy in cases, it means there’s something you are hiding.”Innocent overseas Pakistanis were duped into donating funds for the party whilst painting a fake and bleak picture of the state of affairs in Pakistan, Iqbal alleged, adding that these donations weren’t disclosed anywhere and plundered through private accounts.”It was the worst robbery at the history of Pakistan’s democracy,” he added.

He said that the PTI is waiting for its primary election commissioner to retire on December 6. “I appeal to the Election Commission to announce that the verdict prior to the tenure of chief election commissioner endings,” said Ahsan Iqbal.He remarked that the PTI leaders consider character assassination and portray themselves as clean and corruption free.

The PML-N leader said that the nation demands of Imran Khan to supply receipts of transactions made in the PTI accounts.Iqbal said the corruption in public accounts couldn’t be pardoned. He said that the authorities wanted to ship Mian Nawaz Sharif abroad as a sign of insult. He demanded to hold free and fair elections in the nation to eliminate the current authorities.

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