Pakistan refuses to allow Islamist party to enter elections
ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s elections oversight frame has rejected a request from an Islamist celebration sponsored through a thorough cleric with alleged terror hyperlinks to take part in upcoming elections.
Wednesday’s choice through the Election Fee blocks the Milli Muslim League celebration from participating within the July 25 vote when electorate will elect contributors to the Nationwide Meeting and 4 provincial legislatures.
Underneath Pakistani regulation, all events should get clearance from the fee to take part in elections.
The Milli Muslim League has the backing of Hafiz Saeed, who carries a $10 million U.S. bounty on his head for alleged involvement in 2008 terror assaults in Mumbai, India by which 166 folks had been killed.