'Match-fixing allegations hinder fund raising campaign'

He said the cricketers under the Article-4 of the constitution have committed cheating, affecting the relief process.

August 30, 2010

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Law and Justice Babar Awan said that allegations of match-fixing at Pakistan Cricket team have also caused its negative consequences on fund raising campaign for flood-affected people.

Talking to the media in Islamabad, he said that the cricketers under the Article-4 of the constitution have committed cheating, adding that the allegations of match fixing has left its dire consequences on fund raising campaigns for flood victims across the country.

He also pointed out that the nation is waiting for judicial verdict on the 18th Amendment for the past five months. Judges appointment procedure has been clearly defined in 18th Amendment as by establishing parliamentary commission judges appointment issue could be solved, Babar maintained.

Federal minister also clarified that the government is not responsible for delay in judicial commission formation, adding that the 18th Amendment could restraint military adventurism.

He also termed the statement from MQM chief Altaf Hussain as political, adding that PML-N should disburse resources for the flood victims instead of spending for advertisement campaigns.


Zeeshan | 11 years ago | Reply :) maindki ko bhi zukaam ho gaya
Saleh Dada | 11 years ago | Reply And we all thought it was the pleasure trip to UK and France was the problem. Stupid us!
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