PTI demands judicial inquiry into rigging, alteration in election results

PTI demands judicial inquiry into rigging

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has demanded a judicial inquiry into the rigging and change of electoral results in the election held on February 8.

Addressing a press conference along with party leader Barrister Gohar Khan in Islamabad, PTI’s nominee for prime ministership Omar Ayub Khan said that they did not have people for polling agents, but the people gave them more than 30 million votes, for which they were grateful.

He said that they won 180 seats in the election, which they should get. He said their seats were snatched in Punjab and Karachi, where the MQM stole their 18 seats. The PTI leader said that they were defeated on 7 to 8 seats in Peshawar, and they declare this rigging as “mother of all rigging”.

Omar Ayub said that the commissioner Rawalpindi said that 50 to 60,000 fake votes were polled and the winning candidates were defeated.

He demanded that the allegations of former commissioner Rawalpindi Liaquat Chatha be investigated judicially.

The PTI leader said that they do not demand the resignation of the chief justice of Pakistan, but those whose names were taken by the former commissioner Rawalpindi should separate themselves from the inquiry.

In response to a question, Omar Ayub said that he was grateful to the founder of PTI who chose him for the prime minister’s slot and “the victory will be ours for the prime minister”.

He said that PTI will form the government in the center and Punjab.

The PTI leader said that after winning the prime minister’s seat, their intention is to “recover” the PTI founder Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi.

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