PTI stages rally over ‘election rigging’ in Sialkot

SIALKOT: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan while addressing a rally in Sialkot said that his part will walk out in the streets but will not allow rigging in next general elections.

Imran Khan said that PTI’s tsunami will move towards Bahawalpur on 22nd June against alleged election rigging in 2013 and no one can stop his party’s tsunami from achieving its goals, he added.

While addressing a rally in Sialkot, PTI chief raised a question that in 2008 general elections, PML-N received 68 lac votes from four constituencies, then how did they manage to get one crore 45 lac votes in 2013 general elections?

He said that May 2013’s general elections were the biggest fraud in the history of the country, adding that the nation is seeking for justice from judiciary. The captain asked Chief Justice of Pakistan to tell people where to go to find justice?

Moreover he said that his party will walk out in the streets but will never tolerate rigging in next elections like 2013’s general elections. While reiterating his demands to make the electoral process free and fair, PTI Chief said that his party will not allow next general elections without electoral reforms  in existing system.

He also explained that for whom the budget 2014-15 was amended for.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan said that Mir Shakeel ur Rehman also tried to blackmail Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, but it has ended with some settlement.