Nayyar challenges govt to unmask senators who ‘sold their conscience

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Senior Senator and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) stalwart Nayyar Bukhari has challenged PTI-led federal government to unravel the names of those 14 senators who “sold their conscience” by not voting on no-trust motion against Sadiq Sanjrani. The Pakistan Peoples Party leader said that he considers those “without conscience” who do not fall in accordance with their party’s motive. He raised accusations of bribe and horse taking as he continued to shed light on Senate polls.—INP

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