ISLAMABAD: The chief of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan said that he challenged Muslim League Nawaz PML-N to prove rigging in KPK.
Addressing to the protesters in front of Parliament House, Imran Khan stated that it was public’s right to chose their rulers. But no distinction is to be found between human and animals if the right has been snatched from human beings.
“Half of the population in the country is not facilitated with food, and 40 per cent are victimized to several diseases,” Imran said.
He challenged the government to gather at least forty per cent people from KPK as compared to the participants of Azadi march. He said that if forty per cent people of KPK go against him the re-polls will be called immediately within a day.
The chairman was of the view that he had been requesting to open the alleged constituencies for 15 months but government did not move.
Moreover, Imran said that Provincial Election Commissioner Mehbood Anwar had got thousands of ballot papers printed two days before the polls and were handed over to the representatives of Muslim League Nawaz.
Moreover, he asked the PM to call re-elections so that everything is made obvious. He showed his firmness and determination that he won’t leave Islamabad without Nawaz’s resignation.
“Government is answerable over putting containers to stop the participants,” Imran declared.