ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Imran Khan has demanded Supreme Court to investigate rigging in general elections at least in four constituencies through thumb impression.
He stated this while talking to media persons outside the parliament house on Tuesday.
Khan said that presidential election has turned controversial as several political forces have boycotted it. He said PTI contested this election after party consultation because it did not want to give open ground to PML-N.
He said the apex court has yet not responded to the petition in which PTI demanded to hold investigations against rigging in Election 2013.
Imran Khan claimed that 11th May election was massively rigged as all political forces except PML-N blamed so.
Responding a question Imran Khan said that in All Parties Conference 2007‚ PML-N agreed not to hold hands with Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) unless it disbands its militant wing. He said PML-N deviated from its commitment. (PPI)
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