The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will announce its verdict on the PTI’s packages in the confiscation of prohibited investment case on May 23.
The polls supervisory frame heard the case on Tuesday underneath the chairmanship of Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sikandar Sultan Raja.
PTI counsel Anwar Mansoor seemed before the ECP, preserving that the election supervisor had despatched their application regarding summoning of witnesses to the DG law but no reaction became received.
The DG regulation urged the ECP to announce verdict on the to be had evidence. He said there was no need to offer a written reply on the former ruling celebration’s application.
The PTI legal professional said that they had requested the ECP to call the witnesses in light of the excessive courtroom’s orders.
The DG regulation mentioned that the choice of the ECP became very last and now not interim.In March, the PTI had filed a petition inside the Islamabad High Court, difficult the ECP’s rejection of the request to pass-observe witnesses within the case.
Earlier, the ECP in its detailed judgment had stated that interesting the software for go-exam at this level might mean reopening the complete remember that were determined in August ultimate yr.
The CEC determined that there was no stay at the polls supervisory body’s choice, suggesting that it became higher to continue after leaving the problem that become pending before the excessive court docket.
The DG law contended that the PTI’s utility turned into inadmissible and asked the ECP to difficulty the order to confiscate the former ruling celebration’s prohibited funding in light of the display-reason be aware.
He stated the election supervisor must get its decision applied if the PTI turned into unable to fulfill it.
The PTI’s counsel contended that they had to contact the donors, announcing that the prohibited funding become a ten-year-vintage problem.The ECP will announce its choice on the PTI’s packages on May 23.
In its unanimous verdict, the ECP ruled on August 2, 2022 that the PTI had received prohibited funding or contribution.