The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has submitted a report on the implementation of the Supreme Court's decision in the Faizabad sit-in case, and given a clean chit to Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) on the allegations of indulging in anti-state activities.
The ECP had sought a report from the Interior Ministry on the involvement of the TLP in anti-state activities, and as per the report, the group was not involved in any such activities.
“The TLP's funding sources were also reviewed and according to the Scrutiny Committee report, the party received Rs1.5 million from prohibited sources, which is little amount for such a party. Such a minor amount received by Tehreek-e-Labbaik cannot be classified as foreign funding,” the ECP report says.
“There is no evidence that TLP is an anti-state party,” he said.
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The ECP withdrew its notice against the TLP after the inquiry, and implemented the decision of the apex court in the Faizabad sit-in case.
“The ECP is fully aware of its constitutional responsibilities,” the report said.