Islamabad -- Newly elected Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani has said that senate elections were most transparent elections of senate history, there was no horse trading
We are the only party not involved in any horse trading
of parliamentarians,' she said.
The allegations of horse trading
and 'use of money' is not something new that one should be astonished to witness in Senate polls in Pakistan.
While talking to media man outside Election Commission here on Wednesday Maryam Aurangzeb has said that Imran Khan and Zardari are the kings of horse trading
and the stage shows they conducted, the entire nation has witnessed.
While talking to the media outside the Election Commission Pakistan (ECP) here on Wednesday, Maryam Aurangzeb said that Imran Khan and Zardari are the kings of horse trading
and the entire nation has witnessed the stage shows they conducted.
To a question about elections of Chairman and Deputy Chairman of Senate, she said that the polls of Senate was not conducted according the democratic system and those involved in horse trading
Durrani contradicted the allegations of horse trading
leveled against PPP.
Sources in the PTI said that Khan would chair a meeting at the CM House to discuss the situation emerged after the allegations levelled against his party lawmakers of involvement in horse trading
in the Senate elections.
Talking to PTV, he stressed that the election process mechanism of the upper house needed to be changed to stop horse trading
practice in future.
The 'Quaid' of PML-N also said that there should be an investigation into the allegations of horse trading
in the Senate elections, and if all the affected political parties form a coalition against it, PML-N will also join it.
Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has initiated an inquiry against the PTI members after receiving instructions from Imran Khan, who announced that the MPAs would expel from the ruling party if they were found guilty of being involved in horse trading
The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman Imran Khan and ousted prime minister and Quaid of Pakistan Muslim League-N Nawaz Sharif, while expressing 'concern' over the alleged horse trading
in the polls, have demanded probe into the matter.