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Controversies Surround Maryam, Bilawal, and Imran’s Nominations

“Stay informed on the latest election controversies as objections arise over the nomination papers of popular leaders like Maryam Nawaz, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, and Imran Khan. Get updates on the legal scrutiny process before the upcoming general elections.”

Controversies Surround Maryam, Bilawal, and Imran's Nominations

People are getting ready to vote for their favorite leaders in the upcoming elections. However there are some problems with the nomination papers of three well-known leaders: Maryam Nawaz of PML-N, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari of PPP, and Imran Khan of PTI.

Someone has raised a concern about Bilawal’s nomination for the NA-127 seat. The person complaining says that one individual cannot be a member of two parties at the same time. In the filed petition by a citizen named Muhammad Ayaz, it is mentioned that Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has shown his connection with the Pakistan People’s Party Parliamentarians in his nomination papers. However, these are two different political parties with different symbols. According to the law, a person can only be a member of one party at a time. The complainant is asking the returning officer to follow the law.

There are also objections to Maryam Nawaz’s nomination from the PP-80 constituency in Sargodha district. The person objecting says that Maryam is a convict, and her nomination papers have fake signatures. According to him, Maryam doesn’t meet the requirements of the Constitution, and she hasn’t declared her assets. Local lawyers submitted these objections in writing to the Sargodha returning officer.

Similarly, objections have been raised against Imran Khan’s nomination from the NA-122 constituency in Lahore. Former PML-N MPA Mian Naseer claims that the former PTI chairman is not eligible to run for the election.

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The returning officer has not yet made decisions on these objections. The process of checking nomination papers will continue until December 30.

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