AJK elec­tion­eer­ing We want to see Khalid Ibrahim in Assem­bly: Dr Kir­mani

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR - STAFF RE­PORTER

town, Fri­day to stay away from the sham by-polls be­ing held in the town on June 22.

Hur­riyet lead­ers ad­dress­ing a gath­er­ing in Islamabad ap­prised the peo­ple of the sham polls un­der mil­i­tary might. They said In­dia is mis­lead­ing the world com­mu­nity af­ter con­duct­ing these far­ci­cal polls in the ter­ri­tory.—KMS ISLAMABAD—Spe­cial As­sis­tant to Prime Min­is­ter of Pak­istan Dr Asif Kir­mani has said that his party want to see Sar­dar Khalid Ibraim, Pres­i­dent JKPP on AJK Assem­bly, and that Ja­mat Is­lami would get two seats in the House. With the Ja­mat talks were held on tech­no­crat and Val­ley seats, he added.

He said that the two-party al­liance be­tween JKPP and PML-N would con­tinue in fu­ture as well. We want to see Sar­dar Khalid in Assem­bly and talks are con­tin­u­ing with him.

An­other re­port says that on four more Assem­bly seats Mus­lim Con­fer­ence and PTI-AJK has made elec­toral ad­jut­ment. Against these four seats both par­ties will put up joint can­di­dates, re­port adds.

In an If­tar gath­er­ing in his Fateh­pur Thakyala Salar House, se­nior leader of Pak­istan Mus­lim League-N pre­dicted to his work­ers that his party would sweep the July 21, 2016 gen­eral elec­tions in AJK. Yet an­other re­port says that PTI-AJK Chief Bar­ris­ter Sul­tan Mehmood Chaudhry has made a writ­ten com­plaint to the AJK Chief Elec­tion Com­mis­sioner Mr Jus­tice Ghu­lam Mustafa Mughal that of­fi­cial ve­hi­cles and pro­to­col were be­ing used by gov­ern­ment lead­ers in their elec­tion­eer­ing. In his com­plaint he is re­ported to have added that the fed­eral min­is­ters were in­flu­enc­ing the vot­ers by of­fer­ing new de­vel­op­ment schemes from Kash­mir Coun­cil bud­get.

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