Dual nationality: ECP issues notices to 22 Punjab MPAs

Former ambassador Asif Ezdi reportedly filed a reference against dual national members of the provincial assembly.

Web Desk February 05, 2013
ECP also issued notices to two former MPAs. PHOTO: FILE

ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) issued notices to 22 members of Punjab Assembly in relation to the dual nationality case, Express News reported on Tuesday.

According to sources, former ambassador Asif Ezdi filed a reference against the dual national members of the provincial assembly.

The commission will discuss the reference on February 7.

The MPAs who have been served notices include Rana Babar Hussain, Syed Raza Ali Gilani, Pir Kashif Ali Chisti and Raja Sahukat Aziz Bhatti.

The ECP also issued notices to two former MPAs.

Earlier, former MNA Shahnaz Sheikh submitted a list of 20 MNAs with dual nationality to the Supreme Court.


Paki | 8 years ago | Reply

On 13-02-13, Supreme Court of Pakistan stated that ALL citizens who have taken Oath and Allegiance to the Queen QEII, are regarded as trying to sabotage Pakistan, therefore, I urge Prime Minister of UK who represents Her Majesty Government and all those citizens who have taken oath and allegiance to the Queen Elizabeth II, to force their Governments and ensure that all these Commonwealth countries including UK where the QE is the head of State must stop ALL AID and TRADE with Pakistan immediately.

True_Pakistani | 8 years ago | Reply

@Mohammad Ali Siddiqui Rather than banning dual national from contesting elections, people who are making properties outside Pakistan should be banned from contesting. Why aren't those people spending their money on Pakistan rather than building palaces outside Pakistan.

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