Capt Safdar, who’s member Nationwide Meeting, was summoned by the ECP right this moment at its headquarters in Islamabad to reply a petition relating to his belongings.
The petition was filed final week with the ECP by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Nawabzada Salahuddin Saeed who said that Capt. Safdar had not talked about in his nomination papers the possession of overseas properties of his partner, Maryam Safdar, as revealed by the Panama Papers leaks.
The petitioner has appealed ECP to unseat Safdar and launch prison proceedings towards him for ‘mendacity’ and ‘concealing’ his belongings.
In the present day, the ECP formally heard the plea and issued orders to Capt. Safdar to file his response by June 15.
Kanwar Dilshad, a former ECP secretary, whereas chatting with Samaa, says the PM’s son-in-law could possibly be disqualified, banned for 5 years or sentenced for 3 years.