Publish dateMonday 4 March 2024 - 15:48
Story Code : 286903
Fazal Rehman: Pakistan
Maulanan Fazal Rahman; The head of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam says that the new parliament of Pakistan does not represent the people, but is the result of a big fraud.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: Maulana Fazlur Rehman, while holding a press conference in Karachi, said that the reality is that democracy is losing its identity, parliament is losing its importance, these people of the representatives They are not a nation and cannot rule over their hearts.
He claimed that the fraud record was broken in 2024, election fraud in 2024 also broke the record of 2018, this parliament does not represent the people.
Fazlur Rahman said that we have rejected the election results all over the country, we will hold rallies all over the country to protest, people will not accept these actions.
The Election Commission completely rejects the fraud in this election, while many parties and people protest the election result and claim fraud by higher institutions with documents.
This is despite the fact that three weeks after holding the parliamentary elections, the representatives of the new parliament of Pakistan elected "Mohammed Shahbaz Sharif" as the 24th prime minister of this country with the majority of votes to form the new government of Pakistan.
It should be mentioned that Shahbaz Sharif, the candidate of Nawaz's Muslim League party, which was supported by seven other parties, competed with Umar Ayub, the candidate supported by Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, and the Tehreek-e-Insaf party.
According to the Election Committee, out of 266 seats in the National Parliament of Pakistan, Tehreek-e-Pakistan won 90 seats in the recent parliamentary elections. The "Pakistan Muslim League" party won 75 seats and took the second place in this election, and the "People of Pakistan" party won 54 seats and thus took the third place in this election.
The National Parliament of Pakistan has 366 seats, of which 266 representatives are elected through direct voting. Of the remaining 70 seats, 60 seats are reserved for women and 10 seats are reserved for non-Muslim minorities.
A party must have at least 169 seats in the National Assembly to obtain a majority in the parliament and form a government.
Post a comment
Your Name
Your Email Address