PMLN Chief’s meeting with ambassador proof of Saudi meddling in Elections 2012

ghadir nawazPakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s Chief has met Saudi ambassador to Pakistan Abdul Aziz al Ghadir at diplomatic enclave in Islamabad that has proved that Saudi monarchy is funding the PMLN to manipulate Elections 2013.

Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed of Awami Muslim League has hinted at Saudi meddling into electoral affairs of Pakistan. Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf’s chairman Imran Khan also talked of Saudi role in Pakistani politics and criticized the monarchy.

It is also relevant to add here that Muttahida Qaumi Movement and Awami National Party have said that their elections offices and supporters were being attacked by the terrorists to manipulate the elections. They said that the terrorists were trying to pave way for their allied extremists entry into the parliament by terrorist attacks and blasts at the election offices and rallies of the ANP and MQM respectively.

Pakistan Peoples Party and Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen have also expressed identical views as did the ANP and the MQM.

“Attack on MWM election office tehsil Darya Khan Bhakkar and threats to the electoral candidates prove that alongside PPP, MQM and ANP, we too are the targets of the terrorists and the fanatics,” said Allama Hassan Zafar Naqvi, spokesman for the MWM.

He said that majority of Pakistan is being forced to stay away from the electoral process by terrorism.

Earlier, it came to surface that Saudi Arabia invested US$ 4 billions and dollar 2 billions were given to the PMLN alone. The takfiri nasbi elements of Pakistan follow the Saudi Wahhabi ideology in practice hence they are considered allies of Saudi Arabia.

Pakistani polity has concluded that conspiracy was hatched to install Nawaz Sharif and takfiris in the government under farcical elections.

Reports had it that Muttahida Deeni Mahaz, JUIF and Jamaat-e-Islami might be asked by the Saudis to form electoral alliance or seat adjustments with Nawaz Sharif.


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