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Imran Khan's PTI could be banned in Pak: Reports

Imran Khan's PTI could be banned in Pak: Reports

Media reports suggest that Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party faces potential dissolution if Khan, its founder and former prime minister, along with other top members, are convicted in cases related to the violent incidents on May 9 and violation of the Secrets Act. The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) determined after years of investigation that PTI had received prohibited funding in August 2003, leading to Khan's disqualification from Parliament. The cipher case involves Khan's presentation of a purported diplomatic cable at a rally, alleging an international conspiracy. Violent protests erupted on May 9, 2023, following Khan's arrest, causing damage to military installations and state buildings.

The PDM government, led by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), could have used the ECP verdict to dissolve PTI but chose to delay the matter. Senator Azam Nazir Tarrar, a former minister, highlighted PTI's violations under the Elections Act of 2017 and suggested that disbanding PTI might occur after the verdict on Khan and other leaders involved in under-trial cases. The possibility of PTI's dissolution hinges on legal proceedings and future government decisions.

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Imran Khan's PTI could be banned in Pak: Reports

Imran Khan's PTI could be banned in Pak: Reports

Media reports suggest that Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party faces potential dissolution if Khan, its founder and former prime minister, along with other top members, are convicted in cases related to the violent incidents on May 9 and violation of the Secrets Act. The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) determined after years of investigation that PTI had received prohibited funding in August 2003, leading to Khan's disqualification from Parliament. The cipher case involves Khan's presentation of a purported diplomatic cable at a rally, alleging an international conspiracy. Violent protests erupted on May 9, 2023, following Khan's arrest, causing damage to military installations and state buildings.

The PDM government, led by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), could have used the ECP verdict to dissolve PTI but chose to delay the matter. Senator Azam Nazir Tarrar, a former minister, highlighted PTI's violations under the Elections Act of 2017 and suggested that disbanding PTI might occur after the verdict on Khan and other leaders involved in under-trial cases. The possibility of PTI's dissolution hinges on legal proceedings and future government decisions.

 

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