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PTI’s core committee session discuss weaknesses in Musharraf’s verdict

PTI’s core committee session discuss weaknesses in Musharraf’s verdict
December 18, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Core Committee session on Wednesday discussed the weaknesses in the special court’s verdict against former president Pervez Musharraf. Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said while briefing media about the decision of core committee. She also said Barrister Ali Zafar and Dr Babar Awan briefed the party about recent decision of the special court regarding Musharraf. She said it has been decided that legal team of the party would brief the cabinet before taking a formal stance over the matter after taking in-depth view of the court's judgment. She mentioned that the core committee decided to support national institutions and also stand with the constitution and the law.
Parliamentary committee to resolve issue of CEC’s appointment
Firdous Ashiq Awan said the core committee gave a task to the parliamentary committee to resolve the issue of Chief Election Commissioner’s (CEC) appointment in consultation with National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser, adding that the PTI is committed for strong and independent institutions. She said it has also been decided to re-organize the party before local bodies’ elections. The special assistant briefed that request of PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz to go abroad will be treated as per law.
PM exposed ugly face of India during recent visit to Switzerland
Regarding, controversial and discriminatory Citizenship Act imposed by the Indian government to target Muslims, Firdous Ashiq Awan said the core committee condemned this move. She said the prime minister exposed the ugly face of India during his recent visit to Switzerland. She said Imran Khan, during his speech at the refugee conference in Geneva, showed the real face of India, committing atrocities on innocent Kashmiris. She said the core committee commended efforts of PM Khan for highlighting Kashmir issue and gross human rights violations in the valley at the hands of Indian occupation forces.
Pakistan to play role for unity of Muslim states
The special assistant has said Pakistan will be on the forefront for the unity and harmony among the Muslim countries. She said Prime Minister Imran Khan appraised it about postponement of Pakistan's participation in a conference of Muslim countries being taking place in Malaysia. She said Pakistan wants to play a vital role for the unity, harmony, and cooperation among the Muslim countries. She said Pakistan's relations with Muslim Ummah are beyond any doubt and its ties with Turkey and Malaysia are very strong.  She said Saudi Arabia has always come forward in helped Pakistan generously to cope with economic challenges.