In a letter to the Chief Election Commissioner by opposition chief Shahbaz Sharif, it was mentioned that authorized motion needs to be taken towards the officers and workers concerned within the Daska election theft, exposing these accountable within the federal and provincial governments who gave unlawful directions.
Shahbaz Sharif demanded that district authorities needs to be caught for issuing directions below prison ambitions, complaints needs to be filed in court docket towards all officers and workers discovered concerned in Daska elections fraud below Part 191 of the Election Act, punishment below sections 184, 186 and 187 needs to be initiated towards these recognized for the prison exercise below part 190.
Furthermore, motion needs to be taken towards these concerned below the authority as per sections 167, 175, 174 and 183.
The League chief advised that amendments needs to be made to the Act, Guidelines, Code of Conduct, and Procedures in session with political events in order that there aren’t any irregularities in future like Daska election.
The letter additional mentioned that truth discovering reviews have been issued on NA-75 Sialkot 5 (Daska) by-election wherein presiding officers, election workers, DC and DPO Sialkot had been discovered responsible of misconduct and unlawful actions.
Shahbaz Sharif mentioned within the letter that these concerned in fraud additionally violated the election course of to divert the leads to favor of the federal government, the officers discovered concerned gave unlawful orders to the election workers and dedicated prison conduct.
The report proved that there have been steady conferences with authorities officers at their residence.
He additional mentioned that he appreciates well timed choices of Election Fee to nullify by-election and suspension of involved officers together with DC and DPO and others concerned.
These steps of Election Fee will set a route to forestall such irregularities and unlawful conduct in future.
The Chief of the Opposition mentioned in his letter that electoral fraud and vote theft had put a stain on Pakistan s democratic system.