PML-N to win in fair contest: Mushahid

Party delegation to meet members of European parliament 

  Rameez Khan July 21, 2018
Mushahid Hussain Syed. PHOTO: FILE

LAHORE : Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) only wants a level playing field without any interference or intimidation to win elections, says Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed.

On Friday, Syed hosted the European Union (EU) Election Observers Mission (EOM) at PML-N headquarters.

During an hour long meeting, the EU EOM chief Michael Gahler apprised about the deployment of 60 observers in all parts of the country. Moreover, he informed about the upcoming visit of seven members of the European Parliament to monitor polls.

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Also serving as the Central Media Committee chairman of the party, Syed hoped that the deployment will ensure a level playing field so that free, fair and transparent elections are held in accordance with the Constitution.

Syed provided facts and details of how the PML-N was being targeted legally, politically and administratively. He, in this regard, presented three fact sheets to the EU observers.

The first fact sheet is ‘Murder of Justice’ pertaining to the trial and conviction of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, second ‘Uneven Playing Field’ relating to the actions of the government and accountability bureau targeting PML-N specifically, and the third belonging to the ‘Anti-Rigging System (ARS)’ devised by PML-N to expose and prevent rigging of any kind.

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The EU EOM chief also invited Syed to a meeting with the members of the European parliament, who are part of the monitoring mission, on July 24, which he accepted.

A PML-N delegation led by PML-N Chairman Senator Raja Zafarul Haq including Senator Nuzhat Sadiq and Senator Mushahid Hussain will meet the delegation of Commonwealth Election Observers on Saturday (today), in Islamabad.


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