PHC dismisses petitions against acceptance of nomination papers of Murad Saeed, Swati others for senate election


Peshawar High Court (PHC) while upholding appellant tribunal decision has dismissed the petitions against approval of nomination papers of PTI leaders Murad Saeed, Azam Swati and others for Senate election.
They are candidates for Senate election.
The petition against acceptance of nomination papers of Murad Saeed for Senate election came up for hearing before Justice Arshid Ali and justice Waqar Ahmad of PHC Tuesday.
The counsel for Murad Saeed told the court Taj Muhammad Afridi has withdrawn his nomination papers and he is no more candidate for Senate election. He cannot raise objection now being not candidate for Senate election.
Amir Javed advocate took the plea in the court Taj Muhammad Afridi is complainant from the very beginning. He was candidate at the time of filing papers. Murad Saeed has not provided details of the cases. Murad Saeed has not shown his assets. Murad Saeed has not deposited amount of fine imposed on him for violating code of conduct.
Amir Javed advocate told the court the nomination papers of Murad Saeed for the election of National assembly were rejected for not depositing fine. Appeal has to be filed by oneself but Murad Saeed is absconding.
Justice Arshid Ali remarked Supreme Court has made clear regarding abscondment.
Petition has been filed in PHC in connection with details of cases while assets have been shown. FBR documents are attached therein.
Justice Arshid Ali further said in the remarks when proposer and seconder of Murad Saeed themselves appeared before RO then the signatures can be fake how.
Murad Saeed signed too. Video has been shown to RO.
Later PHC while upholding the decision of appellate tribunal dismissed the petitions filed against acceptance of nomination papers of Murad Saeed, Azam Swati, Faisal Javed, Khurram Zeeshan and Azhar Mashwani.