LAHORE – Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan is eagerly waiting for the time when Pakistan would have an election on the footprints of India, PakistanTribe reported.
Imran Khan was speaking to media persons outside Election Tribunal in Lahore on Saturday.
He said “When will we have the election in Pakistan on the footprints of India? The winning and losing parties there merrily accept the results. However, here every political party has declared May 2013 election as not free and fair.”
He also informed the media that all evidences of poll rigging in NA-122 were presented before the Election Tribunal. “Judge will decide on Monday whether to open ballots or not. We have provided all evidences.”
He also lambasted the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader and Speaker of National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq – the one who secure the constituency of NA-122 – stating “Until now they were hiding behind the stay orders.”
It is also pertinent to mention here that on Geo News’ reported asked a question from Imran Khan. He asked “You are wasting the time of people and its now more than 100 days that you have not presented the evidence of election rigging. When are you going to do that?
Imran Khan briefly replied “Let them open the ballots. The evidence is in there.”
The other side’s Story
The lawyers of Sardar Ayaz Sadiq told the media that Imran Khan failed to produce any evidence in the Election Tribunal.
“He was asked why he signed on NA-122 report after elections if he had doubts? Imran Khan said as he had a head injury. He does not remember anything that who got him signed the report. He was also asked if he had any video or documented evidence related to polls rigging in NA-122. Imran Khan again denied the possession of any such evidence and asked judge to open the ballots as all evidences would be there.”
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