- PPP sought clarification from the interim government on Dar’s appointment.
- The party asks why an independent senator was not chosen for this role.
- PPP raised questions on close ties between PML-N, interim arrangement.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has expressed its concern about the role of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Senator Ishaq Dar as the leader of the House in the Senate.
according to party news The report published on Sunday sought clarification from the interim government regarding Dar’s capacity to act as the leader of the upper house, arguing that the situation would jeopardize the alliance between the PML-N and the caretaker set-up. Reflects.
PPP Secretary General Syed Nayyar Hussain Bukhari questioned why an independent senator was not appointed by the interim administration to represent the Leader of the House in the Senate, as is the practice.
“The Leader of the House in the Senate is the representative of the Prime Minister in the Upper House and he can fly the flag on his car and his house and why the caretaker government did not appoint an independent senator to represent him as the Leader of the House” Senate In,” the senior politician asked.
The PPP stalwart also pointed to the close relationship between caretaker federal ministers Ahad Cheema, Fawad Hasan Fawad and PML-N leaders including Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif, as well as the Punjab Governor’s affiliation with the PML-N.
He said it is the responsibility of the establishment, the Election Commission of Pakistan and the caretaker government to ensure free, fair and transparent elections.
He said, “The Election Commission of Pakistan and the caretaker government will have to prove their impartial attitude and conduct to conduct free, fair and transparent elections.” He said that political and economic stability is linked to free, fair and transparent elections. Is.
The PPP general secretary said that talks can be held with every party registered with the Election Commission, but there cannot be talks with the enemies of the state. He said the PPP believes in reconciliation and has entered into an alliance even with political opponents for the sake of the Constitution and democracy.