Tosha Khana Meaning in Urdu (توشہ خانہ) Woh kamrah jis mein earzi tor by kapray, samaan waghera kuch der bahfazt rakha jaye: The Urdu Word توشہ خانہ Meaning in English Changing rooms. Other similar words are Tosha Khanah, Woh Kamrah Jis Mein Earzi Tor By Kapray and Samaan Waghera Kuch Der Bahfazt Rakha Jaye. Take a look at this page to learn more about Kacha meanings in English.

The electoral commission has declared Imran Khan ineligible for 5 years while making a sure decision on the dismissal of Tosha Khana. The five-member bench of the Electoral Commission rendered a unanimous decision.

Tosha Khana Meaning in Urdu (توشہ خانہ) | Why ECP disqualifies Imran Khan to Tosha Khana

ISLAMABAD (Preparation Point News) – The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Friday disqualified the President of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, in the Toshakhana case.

National Assembly Speaker Raja Pervez Ashraf sent Tosha Khana’s dismissal against former Prime Minister Imran Khan to the Electoral Commission at the behest of National Assembly members in August asking for his disqualification. The Election Commission decided the Tosha Khana case on September 19. What has been preserved, has been heard today? Imran Khan is accused of not disclosing the three gifts he bought in 2019.

Why ECP disqualifies Imran Khan in the Tosha Khana case?

In the reference sent by the speaker of the assembly, it was said that in the reference it was said that Imran Khan did not detail the gifts taken from Tosha Khana and the money earned from the sale of these gifts in its assets. The real value of the ring obtained by Imran Khan is Rs 87 lakh, the real value of the pen is 15 lakh, the real value of the cufflinks is Rs 56 lakh and the value of the watch is 8 crore 50 lakh rupees. Imran Khan bought the watch, cufflinks and pen. The ring was obtained by paying 2 crore 27 lakh rupees, Imran Khan failed to pay the gifts worth 8 lakh rupees.

Tosha Khana Law (Rules) in Urdu

Ancient Rules of Toshakhana in Pakistan

Established in 1974, Toshakhana is a department under the administrative control of the Cabinet Division and stores valuable gifts given to leaders, parliamentarians, bureaucrats and civil servants by heads of other governments, states and foreign dignitaries as a token of goodwill.

It has valuables ranging from bulletproof cars, gold-plated souvenirs, expensive paintings to watches, ornaments, rugs and swords.