Two members of the allied authorities reportedly opposed the PDM’s resolution to move a reference in opposition to PTI and Imran Khan following the ECP verdict within the prohibited funding case, ARY News reported.
According to sources, two ally events disagreed with the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and the federal authorities’s resolution to move a reference in opposition to the PTI and Imran Khan beneath articles 62 and 63 of the structure.
The two events argued that if PTI is banned after which all of their MNAs and MPAs would even be disqualified leaving over 140 nationwide meeting seats and the vast majority of Punjab and KPK meeting seats vacated. Running the federal government and conducting by-polls in so many seats could be an enormous process, they argued.
However, their argument was rejected and the PDM determined to move forward with the reference and take care of the repercussions later.
Sources mentioned that the PDM and federal authorities additionally determined to place Imran Khan on the Exit Control List (ECL).
PDM, of their assembly on Wednesday, determined to take strict motion in opposition to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief after the ECP’s verdict proving the get together took prohibited funds from international nationals.
Sources have mentioned that PDM leaders agreed to place PTI Chief Imran Khan’s identify on the Exit Control List. Moreover, the unity authorities has determined to file an article 62,63 reference in opposition to the PTI head demanding his disqualification.