ISLAMABAD: Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and National Heritage Mohsin Ranjha on Thursday refuted the allegations leveled by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf of rigging in the elections.
He said FAFEN and international observers had declared these elections fair, free and transparent.
Taking part in the debate on the motion moved by the Minister for Science and Technology to discuss prevailing political situation,Ranjha said in general elections, he defeated PTI opponent with margin of 97,000 votes.
He said survey conducted before the general elections indicated clear-cut majority of the PML-N.
Ranjha challenged to PTI chief to hold debate with him over issue of rigging.
He said PTI chief has no arguments over the elections rigging.He also condemned of PTI and PAT statements against the
Parliament and its representatives.
He said they were making mockery of the Constitution by demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
“This is our mistake; we are in the parliament through people’s vote, “he added.
He regretted that people’s representative had not been allowed to enter through main gate.
“We are representing the people in the supreme institution of the country and statement of Dr Tahir ul Qadari to make hostage the Parliament and people’s representative highly regrettable, ” he
He said without proving allegations against any one in the country, no one has right to demand resignation from people’s representative from the National and provincial assemblies.