ISLAMABAD - PML-Q leadership Wednesday called on Chief Election Commissioner Justice (Retd) Hamid Ali Mirza and sought justice in the alleged irregularities in the recent by-elections held in Gujrat. PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujat Hussain led the delegation, which also included Secretary General Mushahid Hussain Sayed, Opposition Leader in Senate Wasim Sajjad, PML-Q ticket holder for PP-111, Gujrat, Mian Imran Masoud and others. On the occasion, Mushahid said that the countrys new vibrant democracy stands on three pillars - Parliament, Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) and Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). The ECP is a key component of the democracy troika and it has to play its role judiciously to ensure fair and transparent electoral process just as the apex court had done justice on Tuesday irrespective of high office of a corrupt, he said. He said that his party expected that the ECP would also do justice in the case of Gujrat where Federal and Provincial governments had allegedly conducted rigging. Mushahid said that his party reposed full confidence in the Chief Election Commissioner and his team, saying that the irregularities in Gujrat by-polls was a test case for the independence and credibility of the ECP. Later, talking to journalists at the ECP, Mushahid criticised the governments interference into the postponement of the United Nations Commission Report on the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. For two years, the government made tall claims about the UN Commission probe report. During the same period, the rulers wasted precious time and resources of the people of Pakistan. However, when the UN Commission was set to unveil its report, the government got it delayed. The question arises what the government is trying to cover up and why, he argued. Mushahid also argued as to how did the government come to know the contents of the UN probe report, which was a confidential and exclusive document. He asked the United Nations to clarify how the Pakistan Government could access to the contents of the report and why did it delay the report as this act had raised several questions over the credibility of the report even prior to its release.