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The Senate President has established a 14-person committee to investigate the AZAM SWATI case.

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Sunday report, Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani has constituted a 14-member special committee to investigate PTI Senator Azam Swati’s claims that his wife received an offensive video.


An investigation will be conducted, and a report will be submitted within 30 days by a committee made up of Azam Naziz Tarar, Mohsin Aziz, Yousaf Raza Gilani, Abdul Ghafoor Haideri, Anwarul Haq Kakar, Faisal Sabzwari, Tahir Bizenjo, Shafique Tarin, Senator Mushtaque, Senator Qasim, Muzaffar Shah, Hidayatullah, Kamil Ali Agha.

The Chairman of the Senate, Sadiq Sanjrani, released a statement on Saturday in which he harshly criticized the invasion of Azam Swati’s privacy, stating that the senator’s news conference had hurt him and that the discoveries regarding the recordings were “unfortunate.”

Sanjrani said that the PTI Senator is a trustworthy and well-liked person, so he made plans for Swati and his wife to stay at the Supreme Court’s judicial lodges in Quetta.

He insisted that every single senator was upstanding and treated like family. “As a Muslim and a Baloch, I am well aware of moral standards,” he said when he announced that a commission would be set up to look into how the film got out there.

Swati, in tears during the press conference, claimed that an unidentified caller had sent his daughter and wife a private video of him and his wife.

PTI leader: “My daughter said that her mother had been provided a video clip by someone from an unknown number, and you are in that video.”

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