IMF letter confirms Imran Khan’s request for election audit

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ISLAMABAD: IMF letter Imran Khan’s, president of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Friday confirmed the party’s founder had written to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), demanding that any new loan for Islamabad be subject to an audit of the election results.

It has been decided to write a letter to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and it will be sent out today. It is exceedingly unlikely that the country will be able to repay the loan, so who will be responsible for returning it? ”, it was during the hearing at Adiala Jail on the £190 million reference that Khan told the media about the issue.

A former prime minister has warned that the country may see a rise in poverty as a result of the loan, adding that until investments are made in the country, the country’s debt will continue to rise.

Earlier today, a PTI senator announced that party founder Ali Zafar had decided to write a letter to the lender to ask it to request an audit of the February 8 election before continuing discussions with Islamabad through a new loan programme. Khan’s update came a day after Zafar announced that the party founder had decided to write a letter to the lender to urge it to order an audit of the election.

The IMF today expressed its commitment to work with the newly elected government in Pakistan while ignoring the PTI founder’s demand, and it remains to be seen whether the PTI founder’s letter will result in the results that he desires.

The former finance minister Ishaq Dar, however, said that the letter is not important, and if the founder of the Pakistan People’s party has written against the interests of the country, then it doesn’t hold any significance.

It is shameful for anyone to write anything for their own benefit. In an interview with the media outside the Punjab assembly, Dar, a senior leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), said that the letter from the PTI founder will have no significance.

Imran’s software has been updated: Commissioner

The first thing that needs to be done is to bring political stability to Pakistan, said Khan. According to him, Nawaz Sharif was selected with the destruction of institutions in order to achieve his goals.

In the process of selecting Nawaz Sharif, the institutions, the NAB, everything was destroyed. It was also reported that the PTI founder was made zero by Nawaz Sharif as a result of the election rigging.” he added.

He then claimed that the former commissioner of Rawalpindi, Liaqat Ali Chatha, was picked up by the Police and assaulted before his software was updated, the city’s commissioner’s rigging allegations were later withdrawn.

Last Saturday, the PTI founder spoke about the dramatic development that occurred when former Rawalpindi commissioner Chatha resigned. He was resigning as a result of the “guilty conscience” that he had for abetting large-scale rigging of the electoral process in the garrison city, raising the political mood in Pakistan even further.

During the rare press conference held by the commissioner, he admitted to taking responsibility for what he claimed was a case of “rigging” taking place in Rawalpindi Division during the elections. It was a huge success for us because we turned losers into winners by 50,000 votes margins,” he said.

It is with regret that the PTI, Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), and other political parties protested his allegations, and demanded an investigation into the matter – in response to the majority of whom had rejected the election results previously.

There was, however, a fresh turn in this case on Thursday, when Chatta had withdrawn all the allegations he had made regarding interference in the elections, claiming he was “extremely ashamed, embarrassed”, and that the move had been made together with a PTI leader.

Chatha said in a statement to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) that he accepts full responsibility for his actions and has surrendered himself to any legal action that may be taken against him.

The indictment of Imran and Bushra is scheduled for February 27

According to the accountability court in today’s hearing, Khan and Bushra Bibi, the co-accused in the case, who were found guilty of fraud in the £190 million case, will be indicted on February 27, the day after the hearing.

The hearing of the reference was adjourned by Judge Nasir Javed after the announcement was made, to be held on February 27th.

Timenews provided that news.

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