An appellate tribunal allows Imran Khan to contest general election from NA-95

An appellate tribunal on Monday rejected the decision of the returning officer (RO) and allowed to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan to contest election from NA-95.

Appellate tribunal judge Justice Faisal Zaman Khan heard Imran’s appeal in which he pleaded that the tribunal should reject the decision of the returning officer (RO) to reject his nomination papers.

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During the hearing, Imran’s counsel Babar Awan argued, “My client has declared all his assets.” “The RO rejected Imran’s nomination papers on technical grounds,” he added.

“The RO while rejecting the PTI chairman’s nomination papers alleged that the affidavit was not submitted on time and that the worth of all of his assets was not mentioned,” Awan further said. Imran’s counsel requested the tribunal to declare the RO’s decision null and void.

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