Former member of assembly Bibi Fozia had filed a defamation suit worth Rs50 crore against PM.

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Additional and district court on Monday has deferred the verdict reserved on a case pertaining to horse-trading during Senate elections.

According to details, the decision will be announced on June 29.

Former member of assembly Bibi Fozia had filed a defamation suit worth Rs50 crore against Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan for alleging her of selling vote in the Senate polls.

Earlier, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister had presented a report bearing names of 13 Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MPAs, who allegedly sold their votes in the Senate elections, to party’s Chairman Imran Khan.

MPAs Javed Naseem, Qurban Ali, Yaseen Khalil, Abaidullah Mayar, Zahid Ullah, Naseem Hayat, Nagina Khan, Nargis, Dina Naz and Amjad Afridi were included in the list.

The report on alleged horse-trading in Senate polls stated that several MPAs “sold their conscience” for Rs 1.2 billion.

It added that a PTI MPA declined to accept the offer. “Some MPAs belonging to Qaumi Watan Party (QWP) and Awami National Party (ANP) were also paid the amount.”

Names of a handful of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) MPAs were also exposed in the list.