Caretaker Minister Dismisses PTI Founder’s Claims on Illegal Immigrants as Baseless

caretaker minister dismisses pti founder's claims on illegal immigrants as baseless

caretaker minister dismisses pti founder’s claims on illegal immigrants as baseless

In a press conference, Caretaker Federal Minister for Information, Broadcasting, and Parliamentary Affairs, Murtaza Solangi, refuted allegations made by the former chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) regarding illegal immigrants. Solangi stated that the accusations were baseless and clarified that around 0.5 million illegal immigrants had left the country voluntarily, with no instances of forced removal.

Solangi emphasized Pakistan’s Global Recognition for its Hospitality and Dismissed the Tweet as a Tactical move Aimed at Gaining Political advantage in the Lead up to the Upcoming General Elections. He Asserted that the Caretaker Government is Committed to Ensuring Free, Fair and Transparent Elections Scheduled for February 8, 2024.

Responding to questions, Solangi highlighted the caretaker government’s responsibility to meet the financial, administrative, and security requirements of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). He Reassured the Public that there Should be no Doubt about the Conduct of General Elections across the Country.

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The Minister Reiterated the Constitutional Principle that the Country Would be Governed by its Elected Representatives, Emphasizing the Caretaker Government’s Dedication to Fulfilling its Role in Facilitating the Electoral Process.

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This Statement Comes as Part of Ongoing Political discourse in the Lead up to the General Elections with Various Parties expressing their Positions and Engaging in Discussions about Critical issues Facing the Nation.

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