The Information Minister Pervez Rashid has urged Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan to prove his allegations in court.
Addressing to a news conference in Islamabad, he said Imran Khan’s latest allegation is that seventeen bodies of those who died during clashes with the police on the constitution avenue on the 30th and 31th of the last month have been concealed at the Pakistan institute of Medical Sciences.
The minister said Tahir ul Qadri registered an FIR yesterday and which there is a mention of only three deaths.
He asked Imran Khan to release the identification of fourteen other bodies. He said Imran Khan also alleged that the 2013 general elections were rigged and ballot papers were printed at Urdu bazar.
He said the printer against whom allegations have been leveled, has gone to the court and it is an opportunity for Imran Khan to prove his allegations.
He said Imran Khan also leveled allegations against former Chief Justice of Pakistan former army chief and brigadier of military intelligence and claimed that one speech changed the pattern of election results.
Pervez Rashid said the government negotiating team insisted on Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf negotiating team to include these allegations in the terms of reference of the proposed judicial commission to probe allegation of rigging, but PTI team is not willing to do so.
The Information Minister also regretted that on the one side Imran Khan expressed his dissociation with those who attacked the Parliament House and PTV Headquarters but on the other hand, he himself leads gangster to get those release from police custody.