Dr Arif Alvi has moved 65 amendments to the Electoral Reforms Bill and they will come up for discussion in the National Assembly on 21st August 2017. PTI believes that there are four very major issues which will not allow free and fair elections unless our recommendations are accepted:
- Biometric Identification
- Overseas Pakistanis Voting
- Reconstitution of ECP as the new bill is passed
- Setting up of Caretaker government in consultation with all parties
Akhter Buland Rana has now been convicted to 12 months in prisonRead more
The 1st volume of the JIT report (from pages 1-254) is being published here as a Pdf file. All those interested in a corruption free Pakistan must read this and form their own fair opinion on how cleverly the Sharif family has pilfered money from Pakistan and has acquired huge wealth based on corruption, money laundering and misuse of his office.Read more
This survey was conducted by concerned citizens of Karachi, Nazim Haji, Naeem Sadiq & others, due to serious issues of use of illegal number plates and unregistered vehicles plying on our streets. It is indeed shocking to note that the Sindh Govt, Karachi Police and all officials are a major party in this illegal activity.Read more
Dr Arif Alvi has closely studied and read through the entire 549 page Panama Case Judgement given by the Supreme Court of Pakistan, the order of which only, was read out in the open court on April 20th 2017. He has highlighted some important aspects in YELLOW, while some very important parts are highlighted in RED. He was also present during the preparation of the case by PTI and physically attended the majority of the hearings in the Supreme Court during almost all the hearings.
In a Facebook half an hour live session he explains his findings. The full judgement with highlighted sections is below the Facebook session.Read more
Arif Alvi speaks on the floor of the National Assembly on the Saudi lead Military Alliance on an Adjornment motion moved by PTI
Dr Arif Alvi does a press conference on the CBC protest issue and the false FIR registered against the elected representatives of the area
Dear Zaffar Abbas Sahib,
Reporting by DAWN on 8th April of our protest in front of CBC is inaccurate with misplaced priorities totally ignoring the main points.
Public offices cannot be closed down for two days while hundreds of people are left floundering outside even those who need death certificates and burial places for those who died. The protesters were non-violent for the second day running. We again on the second day asked CBC to open the main gate. An elected councillor Adeeba Arif was locked in and not allowed to come out also (video available). MNA/MPAs and elected councillors were not allowed in. We gave them time up to 9:30 to open the gates (because of people waiting for their work outside) and sent a message through the ‘locked in’ Councillor (video available). When this did not happen and after waiting a few hours the public pushed the outside gate which actually yielded in one push. Police was there and no violence happened. However once inside, policemen had a verbal altercation with a few people and they started arresting them. The video circulating about me was when I was (though angrily) trying to turn the head of the SHO away from the altercation.
Your report states that realising the situation the additional chief executive officer agreed to hold talks with a delegation. I wish the CEO had not thrown out the elected legislators and elected councillors out of his office on April 4th and then shut up the office on Thursday and Friday. We appealed for two days for talks.
Dr Arif Alvi along with his MP's and councillors went inside the CBC to present their demands, they were successful in bringing the additional CEO to came out and address the gathering
Elected members of the NA-250 sat with the Additional CEO of CBC to argue about the water crisis in the area - this is after the elected members successfully pushed themselves into the CBC after being barricaded outside for a few hours