PDM to use all fora against theft in Senate elections: Ghani


Sindh Minister for Education and Labour Saeed Ghani has said that the parties in PPP and PDM will not remain silent on the dacoity and theft that took place in the election of Chairman Senate and we will fight all legal and political.


Addressing a press conference, he said, “The PTI is a disgrace to this country, which is at the forefront of discrediting democracy, parliament and politics in this country.

I totally reject this impression of some private channels and analysts on yesterday’s election.

That 7 votes have been deliberately lost.  What Muzaffar Hussain Shah has done is not just on the phone but something else.”


Ghani hoped the courts will give them justice.  After consultation with the parties involved in the PDM, the court will be approached, while the other option is to bring a no-confidence motion against the unconstitutional and illegal chairman of the Senate.

He expressed these views while addressing a press conference in Islamabad on Saturday.


The minister said that when the hidden cameras were seized before the Senate elections yesterday, it was first said that these were CCTV cameras and later this allegation was leveled against the opposition.


Saeed Ghani said that the secretary of the senate is the custodian of the senate hall and if hidden cameras are installed in the dark of night then the secretary of the senate is responsible for it.

Sindh Minister for Education and Labour Saeed Ghani said that the 7 votes which were canceled on the pretext of being in the name of the candidate were totally unconstitutional and illegal.

Saeed Ghani said that it was clear from the Senate Secretary that Farooq H Naek, who was the polling agent for Yousuf Raza Gilani, and later during the voting, Sherry Rehman himself had pointed out to a voter that his name had been stamped.