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Murad, Swati cleared to contest Senate elections

Murad, Swati cleared to contest Senate elections

Murad, Swati cleared to contest Senate elections

Murad, Swati cleared to contest Senate elections

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PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court (PHC) has dismissed the petitions challenging the acceptance of nomination papers for prominent Senate election candidates Murad Saeed, Azam Swati, Faisal Javed, Khurram Zeeshan and Azhar Mashwani.

Justice Arshad Ali and Justice Waqar Ahmed of Peshawar High Court heard the petition filed by Murad Saeed against approval of papers for Senate elections.

During the hearing, Murad Saeed’s lawyer told the court that Taj Mohammad Afridi has withdrawn the papers and now he is not a Senate candidate. He cannot object if he is not a candidate.

At the same time, Amir Javed Advocate took the position in the court that Taj Mohammad Afridi is an objector from the beginning, he was also a candidate when filing the application, Murad Saeed did not provide correct details regarding the cases, Murad Saeed did not disclose the assets, while Murad Saeed did not disclose the assets. Murad Saeed did not even deposit the fine imposed for violating the code of conduct.

Amir Javed Advocate told the court that Murad Saeed’s papers for the National Assembly were rejected for not submitting the fine and the appeal has to be filed by himself, but Murad Saeed is absconding.

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On this, Justice Arshad Ali remarked that the Supreme Court has made it clear about the absconding, an petition has been filed in the Peshawar High Court for the details of the cases, while the assets have been disclosed and the FBR documents are present.

Justice Arshad Ali in his remarks further said that Murad Saeed’s confirmation and endorser himself appeared before the RO, how can the signature be fake, Murad Saeed also signed, the video was also shown to the RO.

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After that, the Peshawar High Court upheld the decision of the Appellate Tribunal and dismissed the petitions against approval of documents of Murad Saeed, Azam Swati, Faisal Javed, Khurram Zeeshan and Azhar Mashwani.

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