Fresh elections only way forward to ensure political stability in the country

Constitution had to be interpreted in totality and violation of Article 63-A could not be ignored

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Wednesday said fresh elections were the only way forward to ensure political stability in the country.

Talking to the media, he said the national economy had been affected and it would be harmed further it the political instability prolonged. Rupee was depreciating against dollar every day.

Fawad said economic gains were fragile and prolonged political uncertainty would result in huge economic loss to the country.

He said the Constitution had to be interpreted in totality and violation of Article 63-A could not be ignored.

He said the Pakistan Democratic Movement and other opposition political parties had been demanding fresh elections, and as the National Assembly had been dissolved they should shift their focus towards elections. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Central Additional Secretary General Aamer Mehmood Kiani Tuesday said that the party’s parliamentary board decided to issue party tickets only qualified and loyal candidates for the next general elections. Kiani said this in his video message following the Board meeting. He also particularly conveyed the message of Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is also party chairman. He said that the board made it clear that party tickets would be issued to party loyalists and patriots as well as those who stood with and contributed in the party’s struggle. He expressed his hope that Prime Minister Imran Khan will make Pakistan a great country. “Today the real faces of external and internal traitors have come before the people” he said. Meanwhile, The Accountability Court (AC) of Islamabad on Wednesday adjourned hearing of acquittal pleas of co-accused in reference against ex-finance minister Ishaq Dar and others till April 13.

AC-1 Judge Muhammad Bashir heard the case filed by the three co-accused challenging the reference under the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Amendment Ordinance. NAB Prosecutor Afzal Qureshi and defence lawyers appeared before the court.

Defence lawyer Hashmat Ali continued his arguments while Qazi Misbah would give arguments on next date of hearing

It may be mentioned here that Ishaq Dar had already been declared an absconder in the case. The Accountability Court (AC) of Islamabad on Wednesday adjourned hearing of acquittal pleas of co-accused in reference against ex-finance minister Ishaq Dar and others till April 13.

AC-1 Judge Muhammad Bashir heard the case filed by the three co-accused challenging the reference under the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Amendment Ordinance. NAB Prosecutor Afzal Qureshi and defence lawyers appeared before the court.

Defence lawyer Hashmat Ali continued his arguments while Qazi Misbah would give arguments on next date of hearing

It may be mentioned here that Ishaq Dar had already been declared an absconder in the case.

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