Lahore June 21 (ANI): Pakistan's Information and Broadcasting Minister Qamaruz Zaman Kaira has denied any link with the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba (SSP) leader Muhammad Ahmed Ludhianvi.
Earlier, Ludhianvi had alleged that at least 25 Members of the National Assembly (MNA) belonging to the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) had won the general elections with the votes and support of his organization.
"I do not even know Ludhianvi, no banned outfit had supported our success in the general elections. Only the PPP workers and their votes had brought success in the polls," The Daily Times quoted Kaira, as saying.
"I never had connections with any outlawed group, neither, do I intend to," he added.
Wahab also backed Kaira, saying the PPP had never forged any such terror alliance to win elections.
"My party, does not belong to any sectarian group nor has it ever forged any such alliances. The PPP never asked for the SSP's support when it came to the elections," she said. (ANI)