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Govt May Destroy Evidence Of Spy Cameras Installed In Senate, Fears PPP

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Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has expressed the fear that the government may destroy evidence of the spy cameras that were installed in the polling booth in Senate under the garb of disinfecting the Parliament House building.

PPP leaders Faisal Karim Kundi, Senator Palwasha Khan and Senator Rubina Khalid addressed a press conference on Sunday saying that there is a potential risk of a fire in the record room of the National Assembly to waste the CCTV video from the Senate chief election day.

Meanwhile, the National Assembly Secretariat on Sunday said that all activities of the assembly had partially been suspended in light of the fresh wave of coronavirus in Pakistan. The Secretariat offices are closed today (Monday) so the building can be disinfected.
All meetings of standing committees have also been cancelled for this purpose.

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