Monday, December 5, 2022

ECP gave PTI foreign funding record to Akbar S Babar

Election Commission Pakistan (ECP)  gave out Volume VIII of the confidential record of the PTI’s foreign funding to petitioner Akbar S. Babar.

The volume, which had been properly packed, was handed over to the petitioner by a representative of ECP.

Media was barred from photographing Volume VIII of the PTI’s financial record, according to ECP Director General Law.

After the ECP’s ruling on January 18 that all documents should be made part of the record, petitioner Akbar S. Babar told the media that “we were ordered to give application, which we did on January 20.”

“We are currently in the first stages of obtaining the most critical documents from the election commission,” Babar explained.

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“This record was obtained from the State Bank by the scrutiny committee in July of this year.” “After nearly four years, we are finally getting our hands on a copy of this record,” he explained. “It was not possible to deliver all of the records in a single day.”

“I am grateful to the electoral commission for taking this critical step,” the petitioner expressed gratitude to the commission.

“The next hearing in the matter will take place on February 1st (tomorrow),” he stated, adding that “we will seek the records of four key personnel from the central office.”

“The PTI has acknowledged that the four employees were given the authority to obtain funds,” he said.

According to sources, the ECP would send petitioner Akbar S. Babar with a copy of the secret record of the PTI’s foreign funding today.

The petitioner will receive the record that was attached to the scrutiny committee report, as well as eight secret volumes, in addition to the report itself.

“All records pertaining to PTI have been compiled into eight volumes,” according to sources.

“It was discovered that around 2.2 billion rupees had been illegally funded,” according to sources.

sources indicated that the report created by the scrutiny committee contained information about funding in the amount of US $ 7.5 million.

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