Pak`s AQ Khan wants missile as his party`s symbol
Islamabad: Disgraced nuclear scientist A Q Khan`s Tehrik-e-Tahaffuz Pakistan party has asked the Election Commission to allot a missile as its election symbol.
The party sent the request to the Election Commission a week ago, Geo News channel quoted its sources as saying.
The poll panel is expected to decide on allotting symbols to various parties during its next meeting.
The Tehrik-e-Tahaffuz Pakistan is one of 19 new parties that were recently registered by the Election Commission ahead of next year`s general election.
It is not yet clear if Khan himself will contest the polls.
Khan, 76, was placed under house arrest in 2004 after he confessed on state-run television to running a clandestine nuclear proliferation ring that provided technology and know-how to countries like Libya and North Korea.
However, he is regarded as a hero in Pakistan for his role in the programme to develop nuclear weapons.
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