ISLAMABAD – Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has served notice to Imran Khan on Tuesday, Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in the wake of listening to a request looking for his exclusion as a parliamentarian over charged covering of advantages.
Direct for the applicant kept up under the steady gaze of the court amid listening to that PTI got stores from precluded sources in remote nations. The supplication blames Khan for lying before the commission by displaying false authentications over the financing.
The appeal to likewise expressed that head of PTI did not fall in principles expressed under Article 62 and Article 63 and subsequently ought to be excluded.
The advice for the solicitor additionally guaranteed that between 2001 to 2013, PTI got more than $2.9 million from sources abroad. The hearing was deferred by the race commission until December 1.
The becoming aware of the case has arrived in a day after Imran Khan reported to close down Islamabad on November 2 rather than October 30, as the gathering recommended changing the date of dissent.