LAHORE: The Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan will hold a march on Monday (Aug 6) to protest against, what it called, the worst rigging in the elections, says a press release of the party after a meeting of its central executive committee.

The protest rally will start from Data Darbar and end at the Punjab Assembly.

The party maintained that it was not an election, but a selection – a “fraud, committed on the basis of the worst kind of rigging.”

The party also decided to participate in by-elections and told its workers to get ready for the purpose.

The workers should also get ready for local bodies elections. The party also told its workers to prepare for Aug 14 which would be celebrated in a befitting manner.

Published in Dawn, July 31st, 2018

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