- PTI sworn in ready to crush Asad thieves
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has developed a well-thought-out strategy to thwart the nefarious intention of the import government to use the parliamentary forum undemocratically to delay the local government polls in the federal capital.
The well-crafted plan was finalized at a high-level meeting of the party conference with PTI General Secretary Asad Umar on Thursday.
At the meeting, they decided to go to court immediately and officially instructed the legal body of the party to draft a constitution in this regard.
The PTI has completed its plan to thwart the federal government’s attempt to run away from the elections.
During the meeting, they decided to move the Islamabad High Court as a party to the petition filed by the PML-N seeking postponement of the local body elections.
PTI Islamabad President Ali Awan, Raja Khurram Nawaz, Chief Election Officer Shahzad Gul and representatives of the legal team and media team attended the meeting.
During the meeting, they discussed in detail the attempts of the import government to use the parliament undemocratically after the federal government to delay the LG polls in Islamabad.
Speaking on the occasion, Asad Umar said that PTI is fully prepared for the local body elections to defeat the gang of thieves.
He said: “We will not allow the import government to run away from the LG polls, we will take it to the people’s court in any case.”
Asad Umar expressed satisfaction with PTI’s LG election campaign.
They said that the attempt to amend the law during the meeting was a clear indication of the fear of losing the LG polls. However, participants vowed that these gangs of thieves could not escape the impending defeat.
They criticized the import government for trying to create unnecessary obstacles to deprive citizens of voting rights under the guise of legislation.
During the meeting, they analyzed the government’s efforts to amend the Islamabad Local Government Act, the decision of the Federal Government of Pakistan and the Election Commission.
The bill to be submitted to the National Assembly by the Federal Government was also discussed.