Faisal Vawda in trouble following resignation from Assembly

According to Baaghi TV reports, PTI leader Faisal Vawda has landed in trouble after resigning from the National Assembly.

Faisal Vawda won the Senate election. However, a request has been filed in the Election Commission today to stop the notification of success of Faisal Vawda as Senator. The petition seeks that, on the false affidavit, the notification of success of Faisal Vawda be withheld till the verdict. Faisal Vawda is no longer honest and trustworthy.

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PML-N lawyer Jahangir Jadoon submitted the petition to the Election Commission. The lawyer said that Faisal Vawda’s application for disqualification should be fixed for hearing today. The Islamabad High Court has said that Faisal Vawda’s affidavit is false. Neither did Faisal Vawda, appear before the Election Commission, nor did he appear before the Islamabad High Court.

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On the other hand, Faisal Vawda’s petition was heard in the Sindh High Court. Faisal Vawda’s lawyer said that Qadir Mandokhel and others have lodged a direct complaint with the Election Commission. The court said that the Islamabad High Court has also issued an order in the Faisal Vawda case. The court sought the decision of the Islamabad High Court.

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Two days prior, the Islamabad High Court issued a detailed judgment in the Faisal Vawda disqualification case. Justice Amir Farooq issued a 13-page, detailed judgment. The decision of the Islamabad High Court said that the statement of Faisal Vawda was false in the affidavit. Faisal Vawda submitted the affidavit to the Election Commission. The Election Commission may investigate the matter and issue an appropriate order.

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The court ruled that Faisal Vawda had submitted an affidavit on June 11 denying dual citizenship. According to records, the certificate of renunciation of US citizenship was issued on June 25. At the time of examination of the papers, Faisal Vawda was an American citizen and ineligible to contest elections. Warrant writ cannot be issued to disqualify Faisal Vadwa due to his resignation.

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