The decision was taken by Prime Minister Imran Khan after the presence of provincial law minister Sultan Mohammad in the video of taking money in the Senate election 2018
Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered the removal of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Law Minister Sultan Muhammad. According to details, Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan Shahbaz Gul said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had decided to resign from the post of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Law Minister and the Prime Minister had issued orders to Chief Minister Mahmood Khan.
In a statement released on the social networking site Twitter, he said that a report would be submitted after a detailed inquiry into the allegations of money laundering by members of the Assembly during the 2018 Senate elections.
On the other hand, the federal government has started considering taking videos of Assembly members selling votes in the 2018 Senate elections as evidence to the Supreme Court. The videos can be presented as evidence in the open ballot case pending in the Supreme Court, for which The Senate elections were discussed during a meeting of the Federal Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
It has been informed that in the Senate elections 2018, the sale of votes by the members was considered to be taken as evidence to the Supreme Court. In this regard, the government will also consult legal experts. It should be noted here that shocking revelations have come to light regarding the purchase of members of the Assembly in the Senate elections, according to which in the Senate elections of 2018, PTI members were called and bought with a pile of notes.
According to the details, the government proposed to hold the Senate elections in 2021 with open ballot, which was opposed by the opposition. However, a video of 2018 has also come to light regarding how the market looks like in the Senate elections.
A video has also surfaced regarding the purchase of 10 PTI MLAs in the year 2018. In the Senate elections of 2018, PTI members were bought by stacking notes. In the video, the MLAs were seen counting notes and putting them in bags. The buying and selling may have taken place between February 20, 2018 and March 2, but the PTI later expelled 20 vote-selling members from the party after an investigation.