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Sources said that the PTI group’s alliance to decide the strategy after Eid

Sources said that the PTI group’s alliance to decide the strategy after Eid

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According to sources, a group of PTI lawmakers, along with Jahangir Tareen, was ready on Monday to decide on a strategy against the government’s investigation into the sugar scandal after Eid-ul-Fitr. The development comes a day after he met Prime Minister Imran Khan to convey his concerns.

Sources said that the commissioners headed by Senator Syed Ali Zafar have decided to wait till the end of the probe into Tareen’s involvement in the sugar scandal.

Sources said that Ali Zafar had also met lawyers and an accountant representing the Trinamool group to hear his views on the matter.

Sources said that Ali Zafar Advocate has also met officials of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and the team investigating the sugar scandal to discuss matters related to the investigation.

On the other hand, sources said that four more members of the National Assembly have contacted Tareen.

Earlier, during the hearing of the case against Roseen and his son Ali Tareen, the PTI leader’s lawyer had told the court that a new team was investigating the matter.

“We should be given a chance to take part in the investigation,” Tareen’s lawyer said.

The group met with Prime Minister Imran Khan

The Tareen group met with Prime Minister Imran Khan on April 28 and expressed reservations about the Prime Minister’s aide to accountability, Shehzad Akbar.

Talking to media after the meeting, PTI MNA Raja Riaz from Faisalabad said that the Prime Minister had assured the group that he was personally overseeing the investigation against Tareen. And they will see that justice is done.

“We met with the prime minister in a very cordial atmosphere,” Riaz told reporters, assuring us that justice would be done. The Prime Minister said that there was no question of such treatment of anyone. “

When asked what was discussed about adviser Shehzad Akbar, Riaz said the group had shared its concerns, after which “the prime minister said he would not allow injustice to happen to anyone. We will leave it to him and he will accept responsibility. “

Riaz clarified that the prime minister had not “admitted” that Akbar had treated Tareen “unfairly”, but that the group had easily shared its concerns and the prime minister had assured him of his view. Has been rented These include ending Akbar’s interference in the investigation of Tareen’s case and forming a judicial commission.

The PTI MNA claimed that the Prime Minister had said: “You are all my allies. Even those who are against me, I want to tell them that no one should be treated unfairly.” And justice will be done. “

Riaz said the group thanked the prime minister for his assurances. “We have full confidence in our captain and our prime minister and, God willing,” he added.

Investigation report likely to be ready in 15 days: PTI leader

Ishaq Khan Khakwani, a senior member of the ruling party, told Geo.tv on Wednesday that more than 30 PTI MNAs and MPAs met the prime minister on Tuesday.

Khakwani, who was present at the meeting, said, “During the meeting, a complaint was lodged against Shehzad Akbar.” [Akbar] Going beyond its mandate. He is using his influence as the Home Minister against the most influential and his family by using the FIA.

The PTI leader further said that the parliamentarians in the meeting asked the Prime Minister to remove Shehzad Akbar from the case. [involving Tareen].

For now, the Prime Minister had promised the PTI MLAs that he would form a commission headed by Senator Syed Ali Zafar to investigate the matter and prepare a report.

The Prime Minister himself said that he would ask Zafar to investigate the facts of the matter. He said that the facts that he had so far were given to him by these people.

The PTI leader added that he was under the impression that Zafar’s report would be submitted to the Prime Minister in a fortnight.