On Imran’s call, PTI will open a front on March 2, preparing for a nationwide demonstration against rigging in the election results. Loktej World News

On Imran’s call, PTI will open a front on March 2, preparing for a nationwide demonstration against rigging in the election results.  Loktej World News

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Islamabad, 28 February (HS). Former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party “Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf” (PTI), lodged in the country’s Adiala jail for a long time, has decided to take to the streets alleging rigging in the results of the recent elections. . PTI has announced nationwide protests on March 2 on the call of party chief Imran Khan, accusing it of looting the mandate.

According to leading newspaper Dawn, this announcement was made by PTI leader Sher Afzal Marwat at a press conference in the capital. During this period other party leaders were also present. Marwat has urged all democratic forces to cooperate. He said that PTI supported candidates from Balochistan along with other senior party leaders were declared defeated under pressure. The victory of PTI candidates was converted into defeat overnight.

PTI leader Marwat said that nationwide peaceful protests will be held on March 2 on the call of PTI founder Imran Khan. He will lead the demonstration in Islamabad. He said that if voice is not raised against “mega poll theft”, democracy will never flourish in Pakistan.

At the press conference, another PTI leader, Ali Mohammad Khan, alleged that Balochistan was “rigged on a large scale. The fundamental rights of the people were violated.” PTI is not against any political party or institution. Imran Khan wants that the people’s mandate should be respected. Khan said, “This is not a personal fight. This is a matter of mandate. If democracy has to be saved in Pakistan then everyone will have to come together.

At this press conference, PTI leader Salar Khan Kakar alleged that seats were sold to “contractors, smugglers and apolitical personalities” through alleged massive rigging in Balochistan. According to Kakkar, he had won clearly as per Form-45, but a PML-N candidate who stood eighth was declared the winner “fraudulently”.

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