Pervaiz and Moonis Elahi booked for attempted murder

A case has also been filed against MNA of PML-N for the intervention in the election process.


Web Desk May 12, 2013
Pervaiz Elahi has been named in the attempted murder case of PML-N candidate.

A case has been registered against Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) leaders Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi and Chaudhry Moonis Elahi for the attempted murder of a Pakistan Muslim league-Nawaz (PML-N) candidate in Gujrat, the Express News reported.

A total of 73 people were implicated in the attempted murder case, including the two PML-Q leaders.

A case has also been filed against newly elected MNA of PML-N from Gujrat, Nawabzada Mazhar, for intervention in the election process.

COMMENTS (6)

usman | 7 years ago | Reply

@ Atab Nabi Your lines are 'Travesty of Justice'

usman | 7 years ago | Reply

A hint of how PML-N is going to rule. Punjab who voted them into power will face the music for five years. I think zardari's 5 years are not enough to disenchant people from these parties, it will take another inning from nawaz of 5 year to fully wipe out these two parties from face of pakistan. These two parties are not prepared for the change that is brewing under the surface and which gave its hints in this election. Again for MQM to survive, they have to give up their way of doing politics. Despite loss to ANP, I congratulate them on their fair play and not hijacking the elections as in Karachi. I congratulate people of KPK who have given chance to every party in pakistan in its history, PML-N, PPP, Relgious parties like JI and JUI, nationlists like ANP, and now PTI to prove their mettle. Only those who show performance can survive in this province. Its time for other provinces to learn from this province, for true democracy in the entire country. Performance and not hereditary politics, ethnicity, language for happy and prosperous pakistan. CHANGE HAS COME.

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