PTI expels two MPAs for allegedly 'selling votes' during Senate polls

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The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) connected Thursday expelled 2 of its members for allegedly 'selling their votes' during the March 3 Senate elections.

According to a connection by the PTI's cardinal media department, Aslam Abro and Sheharyar Sher person been expelled from the enactment for violating the codification of conduct.

Sher belonged to the PS-I Jacobabad portion Sheharyar was elected from the PS-18 Ghotki-I constituency connected the party's tickets.

The party's lasting committee connected subject and accountability successful Sindh unanimously annulled the basal rank of some the MPAs, the communique added.

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It maintained that some the sacked members were fixed the accidental to furnish an mentation of their actions, saying the determination was made connected wide and last evidence.

PTI's committee further recommended to the enactment to attack the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) against the 2 erstwhile members to person them de-seated from the provincial assembly arsenic well.

Conclusively, the connection said that the expelled members tin record appeals against the determination with the cardinal enactment wrong 7 days.

The March 3 Senate elections were marred by allegations of horse-trading and different malpractices. The polls were won by Pakistan Democratic Movement's (PDM) campaigner Yousuf Raza Gilani against the PTI campaigner Hafeez Sheikh for the Islamabad wide seat.

Prime Minister Imran Khan had besides revealed earlier that 16 treasury members sold themselves for wealth successful the Senate elections.

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