PTI probing issue of transferred votes from NA-122: Imran Khan
LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan congratulated party workers and activists on Wednesday for displaying conviction and passion in the NA-122 by-polls, and said PTI had created a cell to investigate the issue of ‘transferred and missing votes’ from the constituency, whose findings will be presented to a “free and fair election commission.” “For now we will remain tight lipped, but as soon as our probe is complete, we will take action accordingly.”
Addressing party workers and activists in Garhi Shahu, Imran slammed the ruling PML-N for what he called were “pre-poll intimidatory tactics and rigging.”
He said nowhere in the world was an incumbent prime minister allowed to take part in an election campaign. “Sitting ministers – for railways and BISP – were also involved in campaigns in the constituency,” he said.
“I am the chairman of a party and I have the right to share my manifesto,” said the PTI chief, in an implicit remark after a court order had earlier banned him from campaigning in the by-poll.
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