ECP orders to remove PM’s adviser Ahad Cheema

Ahad Cheema

ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Tuesday asked the Establishement Division to remove careataker prime minister’s adviser Ahad Cheema after he failed to submit details of his assets.

The ECP has directed the Cabinet Division secretary to remove Ahad Cheema, who also remained the former director general of the Lahore Development Authority (LDA), from his current position as the adviser to the caretaker prime minister.

The ECP stated that Cheema, who was a part of the previous cabinet, could influence the upcoming elections.

The EC had also sought details of Cheema’s assets, which he had failed to provide.

The ECP also announced that it would conduct further hearing in the case of Caretaker Minister for Privatisation Fawad Hasan Fawad on December 21.

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