ECP resumes scrutiny of PTI accounts: ISLAMABAD: The Election Compensation of Pakistan Scrutiny Board satisfied on Thursday and resumed scrutiny of PTI accounts while the petitioner Akbar S Babar’s lawyer contended that the authenticity of every document need to be confirmed throughout its process, not after that.
He asserted that the paper, having information of PTI financing, presented prior to the committee for analysis was phony as it was neither signed neither verified by the PTI auditor. Babar feared that under the cover of selecting reforms, the celebration funding law could be changed.
The board fulfilled here at the Election Commission Secretariat and also the petitioner’s lawyer Ahmad Hassan Shah repeated that to day, the committee had actually not tested in creating single documentary evidence offered before it by the petitioner, it was found out.
To this, resources stated, the committee responded that the authenticity would certainly be decided in the final record. Shah challenged it by reiterating that the authenticity of each and every record prior to the committee needed to be validated during the course of the analysis as well as not after as directed by the ECP in its order of August 27, 2010.
Later on, speaking to the media outside the ECP workplace, Babar said: “We are being asked to ratify fake and also forged records. This is inappropriate as without access to PTI bank declarations disclosed with the State Bank of Pakistan to cross-check the documents offered by the PTI, the scrutiny procedure would be a plain attempt to rubberstamp facts.”