ISLAMABAD: Two participants of the National Assembly belonging to the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Jamil Ahmed and also Fahim Khan, contacted Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday.
The MNAs were presumably involved in a sting procedure to tape a video clip in which Ali Haider Gilani, the boy of Senator-elect Yousuf Raza Gilani, was seen informing PTI MNAs just how to make a vote in the Senate political election void by over-writing and also ticking before the names of all candidates on the ballot paper.
Speaking with media in Parliament House, the MNAs confessed that both of them existed in the video yet they did not call it a sting procedure.
They said that they were ready to appear prior to the Election Commission of Pakistan if summoned by it throughout the hearing of the situation seeking disqualification of Yousuf Raza Gilani. The hearing of the case will be hung on March 11.
Previously, soon after obtaining ballot of self-confidence from the National Assembly, Head of state Khan fulfilled a variety of legislators of the ruling alliance in Parliament Home.
PM asks Hafeez to continue as financing priest
The prime minister also satisfied Money Priest Hafeez Shaikh who had encountered an unforeseen loss in current Senate political elections on a seat from Islamabad won by Yousuf Raza Gilani.
An inside source said the head of state asked Mr Shaikh not to be disappointed because of his loss in the Us senate surveys as well as continue functioning as money minister. This offered an end rumours that the prime minister had actually made a decision to change Mr Shaikh with an economic wizard from the PTI.
Earlier, under the Islamabad High Court’s decision, Mr Shaikh as an advisor to the prime minister might neither workout exec powers not attend conferences of any federal government body. As a result, the prime minister assigned him government priest for six months (till June 11) under a provision of the constitution.
The prime minister also satisfied a delegation of Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan and leaders of other allied parties as well as thanked them for offering him vote of confidence.