ISLAMABAD: Excluding Senator Talha Mehmood of the JUI-F, not a single person of the members of the upper house going to religious parties, counting Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) chief Sirajul Haq, possesses a car or have any spring of earning.
Rendering to the declarations of possessions filed by the senators with the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) for the financial year ending on June 30, neither deputy chairman Senate Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri nor Maulana Ataur Rehman, a brother of the JUI chief, or any other senator of the party have any source of income.
Correspondingly, the JI chief Sirajul Haq has specified in his statement of assets that he had a partial agricultural land mutually maintained by the family and another piece of 12 kanals in his native district of Lower Dir.
Rendering to statements filed with the ECP, only Senator Talha Mehmood possesses assets
Moreover, his only asset was the cut in a private school in Khal tehsil of his native district.
Sirajul Haq’s declaration of assets also presented that he received no payments and his wife possessed no jewellery. They do not own any house or a car, bike or any other vehicle. He has Rs1 million in three bank accounts. There is no reference of domestic equipment or any other asset, counting weapons.
Maulana Ataur Rehman has two houses in D.I. Khan – one valued Rs400, 000 and the other worth 2.50 million.
Rehman also has not recognized any source of income nor does he has any investments. There are only Rs800, 000 in his account in a bank situated in the parliament building that takes his salary as a senator.
Maulana Ata has no vehicle, his wife has 50 tola gold jewellery and the family has household furniture worth Rs50,000.
Deputy Chairman Senate Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri’s declaration displays that there is no noteworthy amount in his four bank accounts, and neither there is any accountability against him.