PML-N being singled out: Zafar

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Islamabad

Leader of the House in Senate Raja Zafar-ul-Haq on Saturday complained that PML-N was facing difficulties in its election campaign due to lack of neutrality and impartially in the Punjab province.
Participating in debate on law and order situation in country, he alleged PML-N was being singled out in the Punjab which may have negative impact on the whole election campaign and results.
He said it was unfortunate that Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) workers were barred from welcoming their leader on July 13. He said Nawaz Sharif did prefer to come back to Pakistan despite his seriously ill wife. He alleged that fake cases were registered against PML-N leadership. Raja Zafar stressed for taking additional steps to hold free, fair and transparent elections and said ECP has the mandate to carry out the electoral exercise. He warned, if the election is rigged, the country will face the consequences.
Senator Pervaiz Rashid asked chairman Senate to summon Chairman National Accountability Court (NAB) and Chief Election Commissioner to answer the questions of Senators.—APP

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